Sound Doctrine:


“ For I have not shunned to declare unto you all the counsel of God.” 
Acts 20:27)

“Holding fast the faithful word as he hath been taught, that he may be able by sound doctrine both to exhort and to convince the gainsayers.”.
Titus 1:9 )  

"The Price Of a Testimony For "All The Counsel Of God”: “ Buy the truth, and sell it not; ... (Pr.23:23)

Doctrinal Declaration:

The churches of the testimony declare that the Holy Scripture is their only rule of faith, doctrine and practice. As a brief statement -among other truths equally Scriptural- they unanimously express that belief in the doctrines that gave rise to their protest and which are the same as those believed and practised by faithful Evangelical Christians throughout the centuries. 

1) The Bible is the Word of God, inerrant and infallible, inspired by the Holy Spirit to those who wrote it and who where kept from all error.

We worship the only eternal and true God, One in essence and Triune in person: Father, Son and Holy Spirit; Creator and Sus­tainer of all things visible and invisible.

The Lord Jesus Christ is the only Saviour and Mediator between God and man. We confess His Deity; His true and genuine huma­nity; His virgin birth; His sinless life, the redemption from our sins by His blood in His atoning and vicarious death; His bodily re­surrection; His ascension to glory; His promised return in the air to snatch away His own before the Great Tribulation, resurrecting the dead and transforming the living, so as to constitute His Judgement Seat of recompense and celebrate the marriage feast of the Lamb; His return to the earth with His saints to establish His millennial reign; the resurrection and final judgement; new heavens and new earth.

Salvation by grace alone, not by works, received through repentance toward God and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ. The eternal bliss of the saved and the eternal punishment of the lost.

The present personal work of the Holy Spirit, the only vicar of Christ on earth Whom He glorifies in forming the Church, begett­ing, sanctifying, endowing and fructifying the believers spiritually.

The Church is the body of Christ, Who is the foundation, Head, Lord, only High Priest and Bridegroom.
he pillar and ground of the truth.
Its primary purposes are: to preach, defend and confirm the Gospel.

Its form of government is Theocratic - Biblical - Congregational.
Its ordinances are: baptism by immersion of believers and the me­morial of the Lord's supper.
Its nature is: a spiritual home, not denominational or sectarian; whether considered as a General Assembly (Matt. 16:18), or as a local church, each is fully autonomous (Phil. 1:1; Philem. 1,2).

7) The real spiritual union of born-again believers and their calling to the unity of the faith in doctrine and practice as a manifestation of complete fraternal fellowship.