What We Believe

New Beginnings Christian Church is a non-denominational fellowship of believers who choose to follow Jesus Christ and be identified by His Name, only.

Like Christians about whom we read in the Bible, we have no formal creed or statement of faith. But the following beliefs we have gleaned from the Bible…

The Bible – a totally reliable guide

We believe the Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God and serves as final authority on what we believe and how we should live. It is our guide to understanding God and His meaning of life for each of us. (Psalm 119:105)

Sin – our greatest problem

We believe that every person has worth as a creation of God, but that all have sinned and separated themselves from fellowship with God. (Romans 3:23)

Jesus Christ – our only mediator

We believe that God sent Jesus, His only Son, to earth to restore our relationship with Him and that Jesus will return someday for His people. (John 3:16,17; I Thessalonians 5:9)

Salvation – an undeserved gift

We believe that forgiveness of sin, a restored fellowship with God and the promise of eternal life are available to every person who trusts in Christ as Savior and Lord. (I John 1:9; Acts 4:12)

Obedience – a humble response

We believe that Jesus requires those trusting Him should turn from a life of sin, confess their faith in Christ and be baptized into Him through the biblical pattern of immersion, to identify us with His death, burial and resurrection. (II John 1:6; Romans 6:3-11

The Holy Spirit – an unseen power

We believe the Holy Spirit dwells in the life of every Christian to provide understanding of spiritual truths, strength for living, and empowerment to uniquely serve. (John 14:26; Acts 2:38,39)

The Church – a spiritual family

We believe the church is God’s family on earth to spread the good news of abundant life, both now and for eternity. (Hebrews 10:25; Ephesians 3:14,15)

Racism Response

There is much going on in the United States about race and protests and violence. Click here to read Troy’s “Racism Response” that was provided in the bulletins on Sunday, August 20, 2017. It will help you frame what we, as followers of Christ, should believe, think, and do about racism. Racism is a sin that roots itself in many hearts. It has no place in the heart of a believer in Christ.

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