The Bible is God's infallible word that reveals God's will and purpose for mankind (2 Pe. 1: 21; 1 Th. 2:13).
Every word in the Bible is inspired by God and is the ultimate authority for living a fulfilled life (2 Ti. 3:16; 1 Co. 2:13).
There is only one God who has revealed Himself in three persons- the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit (Jn. 15:26; Ga. 4:6).
God is the Creator and in control of all things (Ge. 1; Ne. 9:6; Ps. 24:1,2; 33:6,7,9)
Jesus Christ is the Son of God, born of a virgin (Mt. 1:20; Lu. 1:35), sinless and perfect (He. 4:15; 1 Pe. 2:22; 11 Co. 5:21; Jn. 8:45,46).
Jesus taught the truth and demonstrated the power of God in miracles (Mt. 9:12; Mk. 1,5,6,7; Lu. 4,5,6,8; Jn. 2,4,9,11).
Jesus died on a cross (Jn. 19:1-3,16-18) to atone for man's sins, rose from the dead (Lu. 24:39; Ac. 10:40,41; Mt. 27:62-66; Mk. 16, Lu. 24), and ascended into heaven (Lu. 24:50,51; Ac. 1:9-11).
By His death and resurrection, Jesus has cleansed from sin (Ac. 13:38) those who repent of their sins (Ep.1: 7) and believe that Jesus is Lord and Savior (John 3:16; Ro. 10:13; Ac. 4:12).
After salvation, a relationship with the Father is restored through faith in Jesus Christ his Son, faith increases (Ro. 8:3,4; Ph. 3:9; Ep. 2:8,9) and an abundant life filled with the fruit of the Spirit follows (Ga. 5:22,23).
The Holy Sprit indwells the believer and gives the enabling power of God (Ac. 9:31) to live a holy life, to overcome sin, to understand the Bible (I Co. 2: 10), and to do the will of God (Jn. 14:26).