God the Father
There is only one God, Creator of the universe, one in essence, existing eternally in three Persons; Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
God the Son Jesus Christ
The only mediator between God and humankind is Jesus Christ, the eternal Son of God, who was conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. In His incarnation the divine Word shared our humanity completely and lived in perfect obedience to the Father. Through His expiatory death for all humankind, Christ revealed His divine love and satisfied divine justice, removing it and reconciling to God those who believe in Him. The Lord was bodily resurrected from the dead, ascended to Heaven, sat down on the right hand of the Father, where He is interceding for the saints before the throne of God.
God the Holy Spirit
Through the work of the Holy Spirit, the third Person of the Trinity, we are forgiven of all our sins and justified by faith in Jesus Christ. Baptism is the Holy Spirit empowering us to live a holy life, bearing testimony to everyone around us. The gifts and fruit of the Spirit enable us to serve God, the Body of Christ and the world.
The Bible is the inspired Word of God, the only infallible guide to faith and the Christian life.
Man and woman, the crown of God's creation, were made in God's image to have fellowship with Him. They voluntarily transgressed the law of God and as a result became subject to Divine wrath. Since Adam, every person is born with a sinful nature, inwardly depraved and apart from grace, incapable of returning to God.
Salvation is by the grace of God through faith in Christ as Savior and Lord. The Holy Spirit renews our hearts, persuading us to repent of sin and confess Christ as Lord. We are justified by faith in Christ and have the gift of eternal life through Him.
God, through His Spirit and His Word, has created the Church, calling persons of every culture and age to have fellowship in the Body of Christ through the blood of His Son. The Holy Spirit bestows gifts on believers for the edification of the Body and ministry of the saints. The Church exists for the purpose of worshipping and serving God. It has been commissioned to proclaim the good news and to make disciples of all nations.
The Christian Life
God adopts us into His family and empowers us to call Him Father. As we are guided by the Holy Spirit, we grow in the knowledge of the Lord, keeping His commandments and living so that the world sees our good works and glorifies the Father, who is in Heaven.
Divine healing is the power of God to heal the sick in answer to believing prayer and is provided in the atonement.
The Second Coming of Christ
God's redemptive purpose will be consummated in the literal return of Christ to resurrect the dead, judge all people according to their works and establish His glorious reign. The ungodly will be separated from His presence, and the redeemed, in their glorified bodies, will reign with Him forever. Then will be fulfilled the hope of all creation, that will proclaim the glory of God, who has made all things new.