Yes! Our mission statement and faith statement are as follows:

Mission Statement

Dedicated to serve as Ambassadors bringing Restoration, Healing, Truth, and the Love of Christ to the World, giving all the Glory to God.

Faith Statement

  •     We believe in the living GOD of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
  •     We believe that GOD revealed Himself in three personal self-distinctions: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  •     We believe that the Bible from Genesis to Revelation is the Living Word of GOD.
  •     We believe in the literal interpretation of the whole Word of GOD.
  •     We believe in the virgin birth of the Messiah, Jesus.
  •     We believe in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, Who suffered and died for the sins of the world.
  •     We believe Jesus was raised from the grave on the third day according to the Scriptures and is alive at the right hand of the Father.
  •     We believe that Jesus Christ will soon come again to judge the world and reign in Righteousness.
  •     We believe that only the Atoning Blood Sacrifice of the Lamb of GOD, Jesus, has the power to save sinners.
  •     We believe in our heart that by faith and by the Grace of God we are born again in Christ, baptized in water and baptized with Holy Spirit and are followers of The Way; Jesus is the Door and the Way, the Truth and the Life.

    Patriot Statement

  • We are patriots of our country and stand like our founding fathers for the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, as written. 
  • We are aligned with the following prayers of our founding fathers:
    1. “Almighty God, I lift this nation up to You, that our citizens will reverence Your Word and Your ways. We will accomplish the good works in which You’ve sent us here to do.” –Inspired by George Washington’s prayer (Jeremiah 17:26; Hebrews 13:5).
    1. “Bless and praise the Name of the Lord Most High for giving me this nation where the glorious tidings of my Savior and His salvation continually sound in my ears as the lost return to Him with boldness.” –Inspired by Robert Treat Paine, signer of the Declaration of Independence (Titus 2:13).
    1. “Almighty God, You have given us this good land for our heritage. I humbly ask for Your favor and Your will to be upon this nation. Although we come from many different nations, You defend our liberties and make us one united people. You save us from every evil way and make justice and peace primary in our homes and in this land.” –A rendition of Thomas Jefferson’s prayer from his book Prayers for Today (Psalm 136:21-23).
    1. “Bless You, Lord, for You are this nation’s sole sovereign Ruler, and Jesus our only King. This nation will not bow to communism or socialism.” –Inspired by a John Adams quote (Exodus 20:4-6).
    1. “Lord, I thank You this nation’s prize is freedom for all. God commands all those who are oppressed be freed and the chains of all oppressors to be broken. Roll years of promise rapidly forth until all in this nation are free.” –Inspired by a John Quincy Adams quote (2 Corinthians 3:17).
    1. “In Jesus’ Name, we declare that the American people will not forget You, our traditions and our history. We remember the country we love, the faith we cherish, and the freedom which will now be preserved. There is a shaking and an awakening in this nation. Every citizen remembers the United States of America was born from fearless men who resisted tyranny and oppression.” –Inspired by Roger Sherman, a statesman and lawyer who was a signer of both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution (Deuteronomy 7:9).