Faith Christian Fellowship holds these doctrines in common with Bible-believing Christians:
- The Bible: We believe that the Bible is the word of God, divinely inspired in all parts and free from error in the original writings. We believe that the Bible is the supreme and final authority in all matters of faith and life. (2 Timothy 3:16; 2 Peter 1:20-21)
- Trinity: We believe in one God who exists eternally in three persons—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. (Matthew 28:19; 2 Corinthians 13:14; John 15:26)
- Jesus: We believe in Jesus Christ, God's eternal Son, who became a man by being born of the Virgin Mary. He lived a life of perfect obedience, died for our sins in our place, rose bodily from the dead, and ascended to the right hand of God the Father. He is now in a position of authority over all things and is our only advocate before God. We believe in His personal visible, sudden return from heaven as Lord and Judge of all. (Philippians 2:3-11; Acts 1:11; Revelation 19:11-16)
- The Holy Spirit: We believe that the Holy Spirit applies the work of God to people—that He renews our hearts, persuades us to repent of our sins and confess Jesus Christ as Lord and savior, and empowers us to live lives pleasing to God. (Titus 3:4-6; Romans 5:5)
- Humanity: We believe that human beings were created in the image of God. Tempted by Satan, they rebelled against God and became tragically estranged from their Creator. Now all people are sinners by nature and by choice, and are incapable of returning to God apart from faith in Jesus Christ. (Genesis 1-3; Ephesians 2:1-10)
- Judgment: We believe that both the just and the unjust will be raised bodily at the end of the age, some to everlasting blessedness and some to everlasting punishment. (1 Corinthians 15, 24-28; Revelation 20:11-15)
- The Church: We believe that the church is the living body of Christ and is made up of all who are united to Him by faith. Christ calls His church to offer acceptable worship to God, to love and care for one another, to make disciples of all nations by going, baptizing, and teaching them to obey all Christ's commands. (Ephesians 2:19-22; 1 Peter 2:9; Matthew 28:18-20)
Our Unity Declaration is a theological perspective on diversity in the local church.
We also affirm some ancient and protestant creeds and confessions.