Our church and our faith is grounded in the conviction that Scripture provides us the truth needed for godly, satisfying service and joy in this life and afterwards. The Bible alone tells us how we can honor God properly and enjoy fellowship with him forever.
We count it our great privilege to share with others the grace we hear through God’s Word and how making it our standard for daily living has brought a deep sense of purpose and joy in all we do. We have not come to the place of perfect understanding or obedience, but our heavenly destination is certain, and as travelers on the way that leads us there we welcome all who wish to join us.
There is no gospel preaching when sola scriptura is compromised. The sufficiency of Scripture is always the target of every false teacher. The elders in the churches must be prepared to define and defend this fundamental truth. And more than this, they must be able to do so with God-borne passion. Let us pray that God will bless His people with a deep and abiding love for His truth, and the desire to press this truth boldly in the face of those who oppose it. James White
All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3:16-17, NIV)