1. We believe in free grace and the gift of Eternal Life given to anyone who will receive the Lord Jesus Christ as their own personal Savior. We believe in personal work, prayer, visitation, giving, ministering to the sick and those in need; and we believe that practical application of Bible truth is as important as correctness in the doctrine or profession of faith.
2. We believe in all of the historical fundamental doctrines of the Bible to include: the Virgin Birth, the Deity of Christ, the Vicarious Atonement, the Bodily Resurrection, and the Second Coming of Christ.
3. We believe in the personal, imminent pre-tribulational rapture of the saved and the pre-millenial post-tribulational coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. (1 Thessalonians 4: 13-17, 1 Corinthians 15:51-57).
4. We believe in the authority of the Local Church and its separation from political and state entanglements. We believe in two ordinances -- Baptism and the Lord's Supper, and two offices -- Deacon and Elder (the presiding elder being called a bishop or pastor).
5. We subscribe to the dispensational teaching of the word of God, Rightly Divided (2 Timothy 2:15).
6. We believe that the God who inspired the Scriptures is powerful enough to preserve them in the manner in which He intended us to have them.
7. We believe in the providential PRESERVATION of the true word of God as well as the providential INSPIRATION of the word of God and that the purpose of this is to preserve the infallibility of the inspired original text.
8. We believe that the providential preservation of the New Testament concentrated itself on the Greek text within the sphere of the Greek church through Antioch of Syria and that the text of the majority of manuscripts from this area is the providentially preserved and AUTHORIZED text -- the text of the majority is the standard text.
9. This text is the Textus Receptus of the Syrian (Byzantine) extraction coming to the English speaking people through the reformation of the Balkans and Germany. The final and outstanding representation of this text is the Authorized King James 1611, which represents a purified neutral text.
10. We believe that the Charismatic Movement constitutes a great threat to the purity of the word and the purity of the church. Its claim to be the movement of the Holy Spirit is clearly refuted by its teachings and practices. The manner in which this unscriptural movement has gained an undeserved, unscriptural respectability to unwarranted and many apostate churches, which are part of the ecumenical movement, clearly reveals it to be an important catalyst in the formation of the one world, harlot church of the Anti-Christ.
11. We believe that the outward manifestations of the gifts of tongues and healing were sign gifts given to the Apostolic Church Age to authenticate their message of offering the Messiah (their King) and the Kingdom to Israel. Upon Israel's refusal to accept and believe, the Lord called the apostle Paul to preach the Gospel of God to all people. Then gradually the sign gifts disappeared as there is no need for them in the present dispensation of the Grace of God; in this Church Age, where all believers are part of and in the body of Jesus Christ. (Acts 28:23-31; Ephesians 3:1-21; Ephesians 2:8-9, 11-12; 5:30-32; Colossians 1:13-14, 20-29; 2 Corinthians 12:6-10; Galatians 1:11-12; Colossians 2:8-15)