The Bible is the inspired Word of God and the revealed Will of God.
There is only one true and triune God, being The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit.
The gospel is for people of all cultures and religions without discrimination.
We were reconciled to God through His Son’s death, whereby He made peace by His blood on the cross. Salvation is already fully provided for and made available for every human being. There still needs to be a response from the individual to receive this gift of salvation. A person is saved by confessing with his/her mouth that Jesus is Lord, and by believing in his/her heart that God has raised Him from the dead.
There is no salvation in works (neither in the presence of good works nor in the absence of bad works), but only in Jesus Christ. Repentance is turning away from trusting in other means for attaining salvation and turn to Jesus who is the one and only Savior.
The Mosaic Law with the Ten Commandments belonged to the Covenant given through Moses. This covenant has been replaced with the New Covenant established in Jesus. The law of the New Covenant is the Law of Love.
We believe in the whole Word of God. We believe everything Jesus said to be true, both what Jesus said while walking here on the earth and what He said after being resurrected and seated in heaven.
We are saved by free grace, and the same grace that saved us is also able to change our lifestyle and behavior. The teaching about righteousness and grace does not set people free to sin, but rather sets people free from sin.
We believe in the baptism of water, after a person has come to faith in Jesus and confessed Him as Lord.
The Holy Spirit is given to all Believers in Jesus as our comforter and guide in all areas of life.
Everyone has been given healing by the redemption of Jesus. We therefore practice prayer for the sick.
All Believers in Jesus are one. We therefore desire to keep this unity of the Spirit, and we seek to maintain good relations with all other Believers in Jesus.