Our Teaching

What We Teach

We know choosing a new church family is an important task. Many factors are involved, and the most critical is—“What do they believe and teach about God?” Here are the coordinates that can help you place us on the “evangelical map” to see if we live in the same belief neighborhood.

We are Evangelistic

We are part of the Christian Missionary Alliance, a denominational movement animated to spread the good news of God’s saving work in Christ to the whole world. “All of Jesus for all the world.” Our denomination is often described as a “big tent” for lots to get under.

We are Protestant

We are grateful for the truths recovered by the Protestant Reformation expressed in the “Five Solas” of the Reformation and the Doctrines of Grace. As you hear preaching and teaching in classes, you will hear these doctrines expressed.

We are Biblical

We agree with the Chicago Statement that what the Bible says is what God says, and what God says is what we believe. At times, what God says about current movements in the culture needs careful articulation to keep the church faithful to the Bible’s teaching. Currently, God’s design for marriage, gendered differences, sexuality, and justice in society have needed clearly articulated statements. We are persuaded that the Danvers Statement, Nashville Statement, and Dallas Statement are biblical.