- That the Bible, consisting of the Old and New Testaments, is the inspired and inerrant Word of God and is the final authority for Christian faith and life.
- That there is but one true and living God who exists in the past, the present, and forever throughout eternity in the Trinity of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
- That God is the creator, sustainer and governor of all creation.
- That Jesus Christ, the only begotten eternal Son of God, is given to people as the only salvation. He was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. In Him perfect humanity and deity is found in one person. He is the mediator between God and people. He was crucified on the cross for the sins of all people and His blood was shed to fulfil the requirements of God’s righteousness. He rose again bodily from the dead, and ascended to Heaven. In the last day, Christ will return personally to earth as He has promised, to judge the living and the dead. There will be a bodily resurrection of the dead, with the believers inheriting eternal life and blessedness, and the non-believers eternal punishment and condemnation.
- That the Holy Spirit convicts men, women and children of their sins, leads them into salvation in Christ, and as their counsellor, He continues to transform their lives by comforting, helping, teaching, enlightening, and equipping them with gifts.
- That people were created in the image of God. Since the first man Adam sinned against God, all people have come short of the glory of God, have lived in sin, and cannot, by their own effort, attain righteousness in the presence of God. We are all in need of God’s grace. Salvation of people depends solely on the finished work of Christ who once and for all, poured out His blood on the cross as a vicarious atonement for the sins of all people. Those who confess and repent of their sins and receive Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour shall be saved.
- That education should include instruction about the statements of faith listed above.