literature regarding our beliefs & structure
These bylaws describe how our church is organized and how our leadership functions.
What does the Bible teach about those who are to pastor the church? Does Scripture give a description of how biblical church leadership should look?
One question we hear is, "Do you believe women should be in ministry?" We answer, "Absolutely!" That usually triggers a clarification, "Yes, but do you believe that women should be involved in every area of ministry, even pastoring the church as one of the elders?" Read more here.
We are committed to the historic, evangelical Christian faith. This is a summary of our core beliefs.
A description of the scriptural qualifications for elders
A job description for elders
A brief description of our beliefs on baptism.
We see no place where Scripture teaches that any of the gifts of the Holy Spirit have ceased and are no longer valid for the church. However, we believe that the practice of these gifts must be done in an intentionally biblical manner.
PAPERS BY KEN SANNER
An examination of what is meant by the "Sabbathrest" for the people of God.
Most people like "rags to riches" stories. This is a "riches to rags" account.
There are at least five major images of Holy Communion in the New Testament: remembrance, sacrifice, thanksgiving, fellowship, and end times.
An examination of the meaning and importance of baptism.
papers by Curt Parton
For the latest posts and articles by Curt, please visit his blog Exploring the Faith