What We Believe


We know that there is no such thing as a "perfect" church in this world. Evidence to that, is the fact that there are many peripheral issues that separate one denomination or church from another, which often causes division among believers. However, God makes it clear in His Word (the Bible), that despite whatever doctrinal differences we may have; we are to love one another for, "By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another" (John 13:35).

We, at Crossroads, want all to see the solidity of Doctrine that we preach and teach. Below are the basic tenets that this ministry follows, as found in God's own Word:

Speaking of God's own Word - it's the best place to start. We believe that the Bible is the inspired, inerrant, Holy and totally trustworthy Word of God. We also believe that God says what He means, and means what He says. Therefore, the Bible is our absolute final authority.

With that, we believe in one God, who is the Creator and Sustainer of all things; that our God is infinitely perfect and that He eternally co-exists in three persons - Father, Son (Jesus), and Holy Spirit. We believe that Jesus is not only the Son of God, but God incarnate; who, born of a virgin, came to live among men; that He suffered and was crucified on a cross, taking the penalty of our sins onto Himself; that on the third day, He rose from the dead taking back the power of death and hell; He ascended into heaven alive and in bodily form, and is now seated at the right hand of the Father; and that He will return just as He promised. We also believe that He sent His Holy Spirit to teach, comfort, convict, and encourage us in our Christian walk.

In addition, we believe that by praying a simple and sincere prayer of repentance (asking Jesus to forgive us of our sins, and asking Him to come into our heart and to be our Lord and Savior) and by following His Divine teaching, we will be born again, and our soul will be saved forever from the eternal torments of Hell. It's by God's gift of grace alone that we are saved, not by our own works or deeds. Otherwise we would boast and brag about how we saved ourselves - when in fact, we are totally incapable of doing so (Ephesians 2:8-9).


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