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What Acts Believe Church Stands For



God's creation of his church is to be unlike any other human organization on this earth.

His church is to surrender to His power according to :

God's Will, God's Way, God's Time.

It is to be His living body: created by Jesus Christ (Matt. 16:18), headed by Jesus Christ

(Col. 1:18)and guided by the truth of His word and by the power of the Holy Spirit.


Matt. 25:36

Universally: Establishing, through His people, the embodiment of His kingdom on this earth,

within individuals for the glorifying of Him alone.

Locally: through his people, being in the center of God's activities, through the lives of believers, and out into the lives of those who are lost: with the essential part being that every member will be active in some part area of God's activities.


Matt. 16:24-25

Acquiring Christlikeness Through Salvation: involving worship (public and private),

Holy Communion, Holy Baptism, anointing and laying on of hands, sharing of testamonies, witnessing to others, accountability towards one another with emphasis on the church leadership team, all for the bringing God the glory, not the church or any individual.


To preach, teach, and live, fulfilling the requirements of Jesus Christ and the true Word of God without compromise. (Rom, 10:9) Starting with all coming to repentance and accepting Christ as Savior and Lord of their life, to the progress and process of living the new, changed life, visible to all. To being the over-commers, that Jesus declares us to be according to His words to the seven churches in

Revelation Chapters 2 and 3.

(Rev, 2:7. 11,17,26 and 3:5,12,21)

We are to hold true to the fact that Jesus declares that He is "The Way, The Truth, and The Life" (Jn. 14:6). Only through Him can we come back into a real living and alive relationship with God the Father and enter into eternal life with Him, thus escaping what we deserve; eternity in hell, separated from God. In fulfilling the requirements of Jesus' will and way, we are to come to the activity of becoming and making disciples of ourselves and others (Matt. 28:18-20). In doing so A.B.C. is to reach out into lives across the world and into local lives that God's activities invite us into as we serve Him for His glory. (Eph. 2:10). 

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