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Having been led, by the Spirit of God, to receive the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior, and upon our profession of faith, having been baptized in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, we do now in the presence of God, angels, and this assembly, most solemnly and joyfully enter into this covenant with one another as one body in Christ.

We covenant together as a church to faithfully attend its regular services, to uphold its Confession of Faith and Constitution, to accept its discipline, to contribute regularly and cheerfully to its support, and to faithfully promote its growth.

We covenant together as Christians to walk as brothers and sisters in Christ, to remember each other in prayer, and to aid each other in sickness and in distress, thus bearing one another's burdens.

We covenant that as individuals we will walk circumspectly in the world, strive to maintain personal and family devotions, teach the Word of God to our children, and to continually work toward Christian knowledge and holiness.

We are in process!  We copied the points below in from the digital copy of our church constitution.  As we created the links for them, we realized some of the references had errors or were not the best verses for that particular point.  Some were easily repaired, such as no more than a comma misplaced or one number missing and we repaired those as we went along. 

However, some could not be easily figured out on the run, so we finished the rest of the links that appeared to be correct and went back to repair the ones that were not acceptable.  Those without Hyperlinks are questionable.  However, we realized not only the verses needed some attention and could be augmented, but there were better ways to say some of these points and often additional verses were possible.

So we decided to get several of the best constitutions we could find from churches of like precious faith and review them; keeping in mind how we could alter ours to develop it into a better document with more scriptural support. We actually found five that were very good and are working to compile what we would like to see ours state.  We have also found additional verses as we looked at the context around those offered in the other statements.

Many of our points of faith, below, have only one or two verses to back them.  Some of them only HAVE a verse or two in Scripture that directly apply, and that is fine.  However, we wanted to provide a better selection of verses for each of those points that have many verses to support them in Scripture. 

There have been many false doctrines developed based on one or two verses taken out of context.  We wanted to be able to provide enough Scripture that even the staunchest of skeptics would have to realize our stand comes directly from God's Word!  Thus any point having more references is getting some more.

We have completed the original ten sections and they are with our church board members.  There are four more sections being added on subjects that are extremely pertinent in these latter days that were not considered that pressing when the original was completed.  The board members will make suggestions and they will be voted on in a board meeting.  Once the document is completed and approved by the church board, it will be brought to the church body for a vote.  All this to say, it could be a while before the completed document is recopied here and the links established for the new verses used to support each point.

Please bear with us; we ARE working on it!  We will remove this note once we have all of the changes completed and the updated document loaded on this page!  Thanks for your patience!  God bless!

We believe:

1. That all the Bible, as originally written, is fully inspired of God.
    II Timothy 3:16.

2.  That the Bible is the product of Spirit controlled men. II Peter 1:19-21.

3.  That the one great theme of the Bible is the Lord Jesus Christ.
     Genesis 3:15, Revelation 22:18-21.

4.  That the Bible ought to be loved, read, and studied by everyone.
     Psalm 1:2; I Thessalonians 4:18.

5.  That the Bible is to be our infallible rule of faith and conduct.
     II Timothy 3:16, Colossians 3:16.

6.  That the Bible is the complete revelation from God to man, therefore nothing
     added or subtracted. Revelation 22:18-19.

7.  That the King James Version of the Bible shall be used in this church for
     teaching and preaching.

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We believe:
1.  That there is only one true and living God. Deuteronomy 6:4.

2.  That God, by nature is spirit, eternal, unlimited, and self-existent.
     John 4:24, Psalm 90:2, Exodus 3:14.

3.  That God is worthy of all possible honor, confidence, and love.
     Revelation 4:11.

4.  That God has natural attributes of everywhere present, all knowing, and
      unchangeable. Psalm 139:7-12, Jeremiah 23:23-25, Job 42:2,
     Jeremiah 32:17-27, Malachi 3:6.

5.  That God has moral attributes of holiness, righteousness, faithfulness,
and love. Psalm 47:8, John 17:25, I John 1:9, Ephesians 2:4,
     II Corinthians 13:11.

6.  That in the unity of the God Head there are three persons: God the Father,
     God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. I Peter 1:2, Matthew 28:19-20,
     I John 5:7.

7.  That the three personages in the God Head are equal in every respect.
     John 10:30, II Corinthians 13:14.

8.  That the three personages in the God Head execute distinct but harmonious
     works. Genesis 1:26, John 3:1-36.

9.  That the Genesis account of the creation of all things by God is correct and
     instantaneous. Genesis 1-3, Colossians 1:16-17, John 1:1-14.

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We believe:

1.  That Jesus Christ is the Son of God and is equal with God.
     John 1:1-14, John 3:16, John 14:5-8.

2.  That Jesus Christ was born apart from sin and lived His earthly life without
     sin. II Corinthians 5:21.

3.  That Jesus Christ was miraculously born of the Virgin Mary.
     Hebrews 4:14-16, Hebrews 9:27-28Matthew 1:18-25, Luke 1:26-35.

4.  That Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners.
     Isaiah 7:13-15Luke 19:10, I Timothy 1:15.

5.  That Jesus Christ is the only mediator between man and God.
     I Timothy 2:5, Hebrews 2:16-18, .

6.  That the death of Jesus Christ met the ransom price of God for the
      remission of
our sin. Matthew 20:28, Hebrews 9:12.

7.  That the death of Jesus Christ was for the sins of the whole world.
     I John 2:2, John 3:16.

8.  That the death of Jesus Christ was the voluntary substitution of Himself in
sinner's place. Romans 5:16, 1 John 3:16, Mark 15:36-40,
     Luke 23:45-47, John 19:30.

9.  That the Bible accounts concerning the resurrection of Christ are accurate
true. Matthew 28:1-20, Mark 16:1-14, Luke 24:1-31, John 20:1-25.

10. That Jesus Christ is coming in the air for His believers and will take them to
       heaven. I Thessalonians 4:13-18.

11. That Jesus Christ will come back to the earth and reign as King of Kings
       and Lord
of Lords during the Kingdom Age (Millennium).
      Revelation 19:6 & 11-21, 20:4, I Timothy 6:15.

12. That Jesus Christ is the righteous judge and will judge the unbelievers at
      the Great White Throne Judgment. Revelation 20:11-15.

13. That Jesus Christ will reward the Christian for his service at His return.
      Matthew 16:27, II Corinthians 5:10.

14. That Jesus Christ ascended into heaven and is at the right hand of the
. Luke 24:51, Mark 16:19.

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We believe:

1.  That the Holy Spirit is a divine person. John 14:16-26, Hebrews 9:14.

2.  That the Holy Spirit is equal with God the Father and God the Son.
     Matthew 28:19, II Corinthians 13:14.

3.  That the Holy Spirit convicts the unbeliever of sin, of righteousness and
     judgment. John 16:8-11

4.  The the Holy Spirit enables the Christian to understand the Bible.
     John 14:26.

5.  That the Holy Spirit indwells, seals, and baptizes the Christian into the body
     of Christ. Ephesians 1:13-17, 4:30, I Corinthians 12:13.

6.  That the Holy Spirit fills and comforts the Christian. Ephesians 5:18,
     John 14:26.

7.  That the Holy Spirit empowers and guides the Christian in his daily life.
     Romans 8:26-27, Romans 8:14.

8.  That the Holy Spirit sanctifies by revealing unrighteousness to all Christians.
     Romans 8:14-16, Ephesians 4:30.

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We believe:

1.  That the salvation of sinners is wholly through grace by the Lord Jesus
. Ephesians 2:8-9, John 3:15-18, Acts 4:10-12Hebrews 2.

2.  That in order to be saved, sinners must be born into the family of God.
     John 3:3-7, 2 Corinthians 5:17, John 1:10-13, 1 Peter 1:23, Hebrews 2.

3.  That the new birth is instantaneous and not a process. Romans 10:8-9,
     John 3:6-7, Luke 23:39-43.

4.  That eternal life (heaven) is the free gift of God unto whosoever will, by
, receive Jesus Christ as personal Savior. Ephesians 2:8-9, John 1:12,
     John 3:15-18, John 4:9-14, John 11:25-27, John 12:45-47, Acts 2:21,
     Acts 10:42-44.

5.  That at salvation, man is declared righteous (justified) and set apart
by God. John 17:18-20, Romans 8, Romans 3:19-4:9,
     Romans 5:1Hebrews 2, Hebrews 10:1-31, 1 Corinthians 6:9-11,  
     Romans 15:15-17

6.  That after salvation, the child of God is commanded to grow in grace and
      in the
knowledge of GodEphesians 4:11-16, 2 Peter 3:17-18

7.  That the true believers are eternally saved and shall never come under
     the divine wrath of God Almighty. Romans 8:1, John 3:36.

8.  That those who reject God's plan of salvation will receive eternal
(hell). Matthew 25:40-46.

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We believe:

1.  That mankind was made in God's image by the direct creation.
     Genesis 1:26-27, 1:31, 2:7, Isaiah 43:1-7.

3.  That man, by a voluntary transgression, fell from his sinless and happy
Genesis 3, Romans 5:12, Romans 3:23, Romans 6:23.

4.  That in consequence of Adam's fall, all mankind are now sinners.
     Romans 3:9-18, 3:23, 5:12-19.

5.  That mankind is spiritually and physically dead in trespasses and sin
     before a Holy God. Romans 1:18-32,, 5:12, 6:23, John 3:18
     Isaiah 64:6-7, John 3:17-18, Romans 3:10, 3:23, 5:12, 6:23, Titus 3:5

7.  That mankind is totally sinful before God (body, soul, and spirit).
     Romans 5:12, Romans 3:9-18.

8.  That mankind has a will and is able to acknowledge or deny God.
     Genesis 1:26-27, Matthew 19:16-26, John 3:16-18, Romans 1:16-32,
     Romans 10:9-13.

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We Believe:
1.  That God created personal spiritual beings called Angels. Psalm 148:2-5,
     Hebrews 1:13-24.

2.  That Holy Angels minister to God and the Christian. Hebrews 1:13-14,
     Genesis 18:1-19:25, Genesis 32:1-2, Psalm 8:3-5, Psalm 91:7-12,
     Psalm 103:19-21, Psalm 104:1-5, Matthew 4:8-11, Matthew 13:36-43.

3.  That Satan is an angel fallen from his original state of holiness. Ezekiel 28,
     Isaiah 14.

4.  That Satan, because of his fall, is the unholy god of this age and the ruler of
     darkness. II Corinthians 4:4, Ephesians 2:2.

5.  That Satan is the enemy of God and has limited power. Job 1-2 ,
     Matthew 4:1-11.

6.  That a number of angels (demons or fallen angels) followed Satan, and
     oppose the Christian and Holy Angels. Revelation 12:1-4, Psalm 78:43-52,
     Daniel 10:12-13.

7.  That Satan and his followers are destined for eternal punishment.
     Revelation 12, Matthew 25:31-46.

8.  That the Christian cannot be possessed by fallen angels (demons), but
      can be
influenced by them. I John 4:1-4.

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We Believe:
1. That Jesus Himself will come in the air first (not to the earth) to receive
      His believers (rapture
).  I Thessalonians 4:16-17, Philippians 3:20-21

2.  That the rapture (taking away) of the church is imminent and will take
before the Great Tribulation.  I Thessalonians 4:13-18,
      Titus 2:11-13Hebrews 10:35-37James 5:8Revelation 3:7-10,
      especially vs. 10, 22:20.

3.  That the righteous will be resurrected at the rapture.
      I Corinthians 15:51-53, I Thessalonians 4:13-18.

4.  That the Christian will be rewarded and partake of the Great Marriage
      Supper of the Lamb, beginning at the rapture, which is before the
  Romans 8:1, Revelation 19:1-9.

5.  That the Great Tribulation will begin after the Church Age and be a total
      of seven years split into two, two and one half year segments. 
Daniel 9:27, 12:9-12, Romans 8:1Revelation Chapters 6-9 & 13-18

6.  That during the tribulation God will execute judgment upon all the earth
      and its
inhabitants. Revelation 6-9, and 13-18

7.  That the second coming of Christ to the earth at the Battle of
      Armageddon will close the tribulation period
Revelation 19:1-21.

8.  That the second coming of Christ to the earth will be bodily and visible
      Acts 1:11, Revelation 19:11-21.

9.  That the Messianic Kingdom (Millennium - a 1,000 year period) of Christ
      will begin
when Christ comes to the earthRevelation 19:11-17,
      Daniel 2:34.
11. That the Messianic Kingdom of Christ will be an earthly rule of Christ
       over the
nations on earth. Daniel 7:14, Isaiah 9:7, Revelation 19:16.

12. That Satan will be bound for the Messianic Kingdom. Revelation 20:1-3.

13. That Satan will be loosed for a season at the close of the Messianic
       Kingdom and
deceive the nations. Revelation 20:2-3, 7-10.

14. That the eternal judgement will take place at the close of the Messianic
Revelation 20:10-15

15. That following the Messianic Kingdom there will be a new heaven and a
       new earth
Revelation 21:1-5


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We believe:

1.  That the local church is a congregation of born-again, immersed believers
     associated together by a covenant of faith and the fellowship of the gospel;
     for the purpose of Christian worship, observance of the ordinances, promotion
     of Christian fellowship, instruction in Christian doctrine,and the propagation
     of the gospel message. Acts 2:41-42.

2.  That the true mission of the local church is the edification of the body of
     Christ, the observance of the ordinances, instruction in Christian doctrine,
     and the faithful witnessing of Christ to all men as we have the opportunity.
     Acts 1:8, Matthew 28:19-20, Ephesians 4:11-12.

3.  That the local church should be governed by Christ's laws, exercise the gifts,
     the rights, and the privileges invested in her by His Word. Ephesians 1:22-23,
     Matthew 28:19-20.

4.  That the local church has the absolute right of self government, free from
     any hierarchy of individuals or organizations. Acts 15:22, 2:23-26, 6:16.

5.  That it is scriptural for the church to associate with other churches of like
for the propagation of the gospel and Christian fellowship.
     I Corinthians 16:1-2, Romans 16:1-2.

6.  In the Biblical command of church separation, and that it is unscriptural
      for this
church to associate and fellowship with other churches in
     activities and services that are not of like faith and practice.
     Romans 16:17, II Corinthians 6:14, Ephesians 5:11, II Thessalonians 3:6-14,
     II John 10-11.

7.  That the elected officers of the local church are pastor and deacons.
     I Timothy 3:1-7, Titus 1:5-9.

8.  That baptism is a command of the Lord Jesus Christ upon every believer.
     Matthew 28:19-20.

9.  That the New Testament has two ordinances; that of baptism and the
Supper (communion). I Corinthians 11:24-26, Matthew 28:19-20.

10. That baptism is to be by immersion of the believer in water. Acts 8:38-40,
     Matthew 3:13-16.

11. That baptism is to be administered to regenerated believers only, and
      therefore is not for infants or the unsaved. Acts 2:38, 8:36-37.

12. That baptism is a visible sign of the saving truth of the gospel.
      Romans 6:3-6.

13. That baptism does not play any part in the salvation of the sinner.
      Ephesians 2:8-9, John 3:16.

14. That the Lord's Supper is commanded of God and represents the finished
      work of the Lord Jesus Christ for all believers. Matthew 28:19.

15.  That the Lord's Supper is a solemn and sacred privilege of every believer.
      Luke 22:20.

16. That the prerequisites to the participation in the Lord's Supper are a
life, an orderly walk in the Lord, and self examination.
      I Corinthians 11:27-29, Acts 2:46.

17.  That the elements of the Lord's Supper are unleavened bread and the
        fruit of
the vine (juice). Luke 22:7-20.

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We believe:
1. That our first obligation is to God and then to our government. Matthew 10:28,
    Acts 5:29.

2.  That the civil government is of divine appointment and for the best interest
     of man. Romans 13:1-3.

3.  That magistrates (leaders) are to be conscientiously obeyed and honored.
     I Peter 2:17.

4.  That all Christian people should pray regularly for all those in places of
. I Timothy 2:12.

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