What we believe

1. In the one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit (Deuteronomy 6:4; Mt 28:19, Mk 12:29).
2. In the verbal inspiration of the Holy Bible, the only unfailing rule of faith which is normative for Christian’s lives as well as for their characters (2 Timothy 3.14-17).
3. In the virginal conception of Jesus, in His vicarious and atoning death, in His bodily resurrection from the dead and his victorious ascension to heaven (Isaiah 7:14, Romans 8:34 and Acts 1:9).
4. In the sinfulness nature of mankind,  which overthrew them from the glory of God, and only through repentance and faith in the redemption’s  work of Jesus Christ is capable to restore it to God (Romans 3:23 and Acts 3:19).
5. In the absolute necessity of being born again through faith in Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God, so we can be worthy of the Kingdom of Heaven (John 3:3-8).
6. In the forgiveness of sins, in the perfect and present salvation and eternal justification of the souls, which was given freely from God by the sacrifice made through Jesus Christ on our behalf (Acts 10:43, Romans 10:13, Hebrews 3.24-26 and 7.25, 5.9).
7.In the biblical baptism by immersion of the entire body at once in water, in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, as determined by the Lord Jesus Christ (Matthew 28:19, Romans 6:1-6 and Colossians 2:12).
8. In the necessity and possibility to live holy lives through the redemption work of Jesus on the Calvary, through His regenerating power, inspired and sanctified by the Holy Spirit who empowers us to live as faithful witnesses of Christ's power (Hebrews 9.14 and 1 Peter 1:15).
9. In the biblical baptism of the Holy Spirit given to us by God through the intercession of Christ, with the initial evidence of speaking in tongues, according to his will (Acts 1:5, 2:4, 10:44-46; 19.1-7).
10. In the actuality of the spiritual gifts given by the Holy Spirit to the church for edification, according to his sovereign will (1 Corinthians 12.1-12).
11.  In the pre millennialism of the second coming of Christ in two distinct phases.
First one – Invisible to the world, to rapture His faithful Church from earth before the great tribulation;
Second one - Visible body, with His church glorified, to reign over the world for a thousand years (1 Thessalonians 4:16. 17, 1 Corinthians 15.51-54; Revelations. 4.20, Zachariah 5.14 and Jude 14).