* In the verbal inspiration of the Bible and the infallibility of the ORIGINAL texts.
* In the one God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, eternally existing as Father (YHWH), Son (Jesus or Yeshua) and Holy Spirit (Ruach Ha Kodesh).
* That Jesus the Messiah is the only begotten Son of the Father; conceived of the Holy Spirit, and born of the Virgin Mary. That Jesus was crucified, buried and raised from the dead and serves as the only mediator between God and man. (1 Timothy 2:5)
* That all have sinned and come short of the glory of God and that genuine repentance and contrition, as defined by Scripture, is required by God for all, and necessary for the forgiveness of sin.
* That justification, regeneration, and the new birth are wrought by faith in the blood of Yeshua the Messiah, our Passover Lamb. As Jesus told Nicodemus, “You must be born again.”
* In the journey of sanctification and refinement as a process subsequent to the new birth, and by keeping His commandments.
* Holiness and obedience to His inspired Word in the Scriptures is God’s required standard of living for His people.
* The gift of the Holy Spirit the comforter, promised to the disciples and all believers by Jesus and sent by the Father (John 14:16, 26; John 15:26; 16:7), and which is received experientially by believers subsequent to conversion. (Acts 2:4, 38,39)
* That all gifts of the Holy Spirit are vital to the body of Christ and should complement the fruit of the Spirit evident in the life of the believer.
* In the fulfilment of Isaiah 61: 1-4 expounded by Jesus in Luke 4:18 that He came to set the captives free and release the prisoners. And Jesus can use us if we maintain humility and availability.
* In the second coming of Jesus/Yeshua the Messiah.
* In the bodily resurrection: eternal life for the righteous and eternal punishment for the wicked.
* In the Heavenly Father’s faithfulness to fulfil His eternal covenant and commitment to the whole house of Israel, and not in the error of “replacement theology.”
* The Ministry of Jesus to the Broken and Brokenhearted is reflected in Matthew 12:20, 21 "The bruised reed He will not crush, the smoking flax (wick) He will not extinguish, ... and in His Name shall the gentiles trust." This speaks of His gentleness to the wounded and fragile. And His heart of compassion will be reflected in those who claim to serve Him.