…in the Holy Scriptures, the Bible, which is the word inspired by God and was revealed to mankind. The original does not contain errors and it constitutes the only infallible rule of faith and conduct.
…in the only and true God, revealed in the Scriptures in the three forms of the trinity – Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.
…in Jesus Christ, the Son of God, the only Savior. His embodiment by the work and grace of the Holy Spirit and His redemptive work, death and resurrection is sufficient for salvation of mankind. Salvation cannot be found in anyone else.
…in the total salvation of mankind, body, soul and spirit which is offered freely through a sovereign act of God and is obtained by faith in Jesus Christ. We believe that every human being is a sinner and in order to be saved it is essential to repent and trust in the efficiency of the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross where He paid the debt for our sins.
…in the promise of the Father, the baptism of the Holy Spirit, by which the believers are endued with power to be witnesses of Jesus Christ, to serve God and to live in holiness.
…in the Church, which is the body of Christ, composed of all born again believers, with its dual nature: universal and local; and whose only head is Jesus Christ Himself.
…in water baptism by immersion and the Lord’s supper as ordinances given by the Lord to His church. Baptism, as a public testimony of conversion to the Gospel of Jesus Christ by identifying with His death, burial and resurrection. The Lord’s supper, as a reminder of His death, a sign of the new Covenant, and announcement of His second coming.
…in universal priesthood of believers, Jesus Christ being the only mediator between God and man. We believe that praying in the name of Jesus is the way to communicate with God.
…in the current validity of the spiritual gifts, supernatural manifestations of the power of the Holy Spirit, given to the church for its edification and service.
…in the power of God, capable of working wonders, miracles and healings today.
…in the rapture of the church, and the second coming of Jesus Christ together with His saints to establish His Kingdom on Earth.
…in the resurrection of the dead and the final judgment, some to everlasting life, others to eternal damnation.