The Bible was written by men who wrote under the direct control, inspiration, and anointing of God. The Bible does not contain the Word of God, but rather it is the Word of God, the infallible, inerrant, only written revelation, which God has given to man.  It increases man's faith, as well as instructs and corrects him that he might become holy, separated from the world and unto God.  The main theme of the Bible is God's plan of salvation in Jesus Christ. Everything in the life of every human being is directly or indirectly affected by his attitude about the Bible—whether or not he accepts it as the inspired Word of God.  It is the supreme and final authority in all matters about which it speaks. Only The Holy Bible is the authoritative word of God and absolutely perfect in its claims meaning it is inerrant in its teachings and completely inspired by God.  1st Peter 1:24-25, 2nd Timothy 3:16.

    God Almighty, The creator of Heaven and Earth is absolutely Holy and a Loving Father, A Spirit Being, and exists as God The Father, God The Son and God The Holy Spirit. But yet He is still one God.  God is expressed in 3 persons: God The Father, God The Son and God The Holy Spirit. The reality is revealed in The Old testament in Genesis 1:1-3, 2:6, and in the New Testament in Christ's Baptism by John The Baptist, Mathew 3:16-17, and in Jesus teachings, John 14:26, 15:26, 28:19, 1ST John 5:7, 2nd Corinth 13:14, John 4:24, Isaiah 6:3

    We believe in the Deity of Jesus Christ. He is God incarnate. Jesus Christ is the way The Truth and The Life, nobody can come to God except through Him.  John 1:1,14, John 14:6, Titus 2:13

    This is turning away from one's sinful life and changing one's orientation from rebelling against God to acceptance of God's will and Lordship.  God commands all person to repent, Acts 17:30.  So also Jesus talked about Repentance in Luke 5:32, 17:3.  His teachings involved forgiving a repentant brother.  Examples of genuine repentance are found in Jesus sighting of Nineveh as a reference in Mathew 12:41 as recorded in Jonah 3:5-10

    Salvation is the total work of God in Delivering Human race from sinful nature, thereby reconciling us to himself. This happens when a person extends a trusting submitting Faith in Christ Jesus for his personal deliverance from the bondage of sin, and subsequently receives the gift of redemption instantly.  At this moment, the person passes from spiritual death to life, from darkness to light and from The Power of Satan to the power of God.  The Person is instantly declared righteous in God's sight.  Not because of his own self-righteousness but because of God's grace, mercy and love. John 3:1-8, Ephesians 2:8-9, Titus 3:5, John 5:24, Acts 26:18, Acts 4:12,2:38-39.

    This is by immersion as exemplified by Jesus Christ Himself in the River Jordan.  Mark 1:9-11.  To a Christian, observance of Water Baptism symbolizes the death, burial and Resurrection of Christ as stated in Romans 6:3-5.  For The believer, Water Baptism is a testimony of Faith and a pledge to work in newness of life with Jesus Christ.  Romans 6:4-14.   Furthermore Water Baptism is not necessary for Salvation, but an outward expression of association with Christ.  Example is in Luke 23:39-43, where Jesus Christ promised Eternal Life to a Condemned Criminal without a record of Water Baptism of any kind in the Holy Bible.

    The Holy Spirit empowers believers to live a godly live.  His Baptism is subsequent upon Salvation and it is a separate experience from Salvation itself.  Its initial evidence is speaking in other tongues as the Spirit gives the utterance.  In the old testament the prophecy for this can be found in the Book of Joel 2:28-30 and in The New Testament in passages such as Mathew 3:11.  In Acts 1:4-5, Jesus specially commanded His Disciples not to depart from Jerusalem but to wait for The Promise of The father.  So also in Acts 19:1-7, Paul asked Disciples he met in Ephesus, maybe they have received The Holy Spirit since they believed.  The Disciples subsequently received the Spirit after they were water Baptized and after Paul laid Hands on them.  This happened after their initial Salvation.  Further example occurred in the Household of Cornelius in Acts 10:44-48.  While Peter was still speaking The Holy spirit fell on The listeners including the Non-Jews (Gentiles) and they spoke in new tongues.  When one receives a baptismal Holy Ghost experience, we believe one will speak with a tongue unknown to oneself according to the sovereign will of Christ.  To be filled with the Spirit means to be Spirit controlled, Empowered, Directed and endued with Him as expressed by Paul in Ephesians 5:18-19.  Since there were demonstrations in the above examples we therefore, believe that a Holy Ghost experience is mandatory for all men today.

    We believe since Human Beings are given the consciousness of choosing between right and wrong.  God holds us responsible for our choices Genesis 3:6-20.  Christians should therefore abstain from all kinds of worldly lusts and desires which can grieve the indwelling Holy Spirit of God in the believer. EPHESIANS 4:30.  A believer receives the Grace of Sanctification and Holiness as he is being filled with the Spirit of God through reading and growing in His Words. Romans 10:17, Ephesians 5:18.  Though at the point of Salvation, a Christian receives a Regenerated spirit which is Regenerated Spirit of God, but he has to walk in light and dictates of this New Holy Spirit of God. Romans 6:6 and 16. The Bible clearly teaches that without Holiness no one can see God.  We therefore preach abstinence from indecent worldly desires in dressings, jewelries, ungodly local traditions, desperate personal enrichment that will not glorify God through Jesus Christ and so on.   Christians must also present their bodies a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is their reasonable service.  The Holy Bible further instructs Christians not to be conformed to this world, but to be transformed by the renewing of their mind that they may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.  These can only be achieved by the witness of the Holy Spirit in a believer as he plays his own role of absolute surrender and Humility to the word of God. JAMES 4:4-6, 1st PETER 5:5, Romans 12:1-2, Hebrews 12:14, 1st Timothy 2:9-10.

    We believe that Jesus Christ, who is the same yesterday, today and forever, still heals and performs miracles on believers until the present day through His Holy Spirit, if we ask and believe. We therefore teach that all the gifts of the Holy Spirit are very much available to all believing Christians until today. Exodus 15:26, Psalm 103:3, Mathew 8:16-17, Mark 16:17, 1st Corinthians 12:1-13, James 5:14-15

    The Holy Bible clearly teaches that: And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven, and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds with power and great glory.  Time is coming when all the dead will hear His voice.   Those who have done good rise to live and those who have done evil be condemned.  The ones who have done good includes only those who shall endure persecutions to the end not false prophets or those they succeed in deceiving.  Isaiah 35:10, Matthew 24:10-14, 24:29-31, John 5:28-29, Revelations 21:1-4, 22 1-5, 1st Corinthians 15:50-54