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We believe that there is one God eternal existing in three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  He is the Creator and Sustainer of all things. 

We believe the Bible is the inspired, inerrant, preserved, and authoritative Word of God to man and is to be our only rule of faith and practice.  The canon of Scripture is made up of sixty-six books written by forty different men inspired by the Holy Spirit of God.  We use only the King James Version in our preaching and teaching.

We believe that Jesus Christ is the virgin born Son of God who humbled Himself and took the form of man that He might serve and save mankind.  He willingly died on the cross paying the penalty of our sins; was buried in a borrowed tomb; and three days later bodily rose from that grave proclaiming victory over sin and the grave.  Jesus is now seated at the right hand of the Father making intercession for us awaiting that day when His Father will send Him to bring His children Home.

We believe God created the world in six literal days and reject any form of evolution.

We believe man was created in the image and likeness of God.  Man fell from his perfect state by voluntary disobedience to God and inherited a sin nature at the time of his fall.  All of mankind is born with a sin nature.

We believe sin is the transgression of the law.  Sin is any action, attitude, or nature that is contrary to the moral law of God.

We believe salvation is only by the grace of God through faith in the finished redemptive work of Christ on Calvary.  Salvation is a gift made available to all and cannot be earned by anything man can do.  Salvation is everlasting and therefore can never be lost.

We believe there will be a literal return of Christ for His saints (rapture) and with His saints (second coming).  The rapture will occur before the tribulation period and the second coming will occur after the tribulation period.  After the Tribulation, Christ will reign on this earth for one thousand years.  Man will spend eternity in Heaven or in the Lake of Fire depending on what he has done with Christ. 

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