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  • At the heart of our faith is the understanding that God is our loving Father. This foundational truth shapes every aspect of our beliefs and practices. We are guided by the principles of the Five-Fold Ministry, which includes apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers. Each role plays a vital part in building up the church and helping us grow in our relationship with God our Father.

    Apostles are sent by God our Father to establish and build churches, bringing leadership and vision to the body of Christ. They lay foundations, ensuring that our faith community is rooted in the truth of our Father's word and His fatherly love.

    Prophets are messengers who hear from the god the Father and communicate His heart to the church. They train you to hear the Father's voice, in order to be led by the Spirit as children of God. They offer guidance, encouragement, and correction, helping us stay aligned with our Father's will and deepening our understanding of His fatherly nature.

    Evangelists are called to share the good news of Christ with others, spreading the message of salvation and God's fatherly love. They inspire us to reach out to our community, inviting others to experience the joy of knowing God as their Father, in an effort to bring more children into the family of God. 

    Pastors are shepherds who care for the spiritual well-being of the congregation/children of God. They provide counsel, support, and nurture, reflecting God's fatherly care and guiding us in our walk with Him.

    Teachers are gifted with the ability to explain and interpret God our Father's word, making it accessible and relevant to our lives. They help us grow in knowledge and wisdom, strengthening our faith and understanding of God's fatherly love and purpose for us.

  • Our church is founded on the belief that God is our loving Father, and we practice righteousness through five key steps: praying, fasting, giving, studying, and fellowship.


    We believe in the power of prayer as a direct line to our Heavenly Father. Through prayer, we communicate with God, seek His guidance, and cultivate a deeper relationship with Him. It is our cornerstone for spiritual growth and daily living.


    Fasting is a sacred practice that draws us closer to God by setting aside physical needs to focus on spiritual nourishment. We believe that fasting helps us to seek God's will, gain clarity, and demonstrate our dependence on Him.


    Generosity is at the heart of our faith. We believe in giving as an expression of God's love and provision. By sharing our resources, we support the church, help those in need, and fulfill the mission God has set before us.


    The study of God's Word is fundamental to our belief. We immerse ourselves in the scriptures to understand His teachings, grow in wisdom, and apply biblical principles to our lives. It is through studying that we gain insight into God's character and His plans for us.


    Fellowship is vital for spiritual support and growth. We gather together as a community of believers to encourage, uplift, and hold each other accountable. Through fellowship, we build lasting relationships that reflect the love and unity of our Heavenly Father.

  • At the core of our faith is the belief that God is our loving Father, and we are His children growing into maturity. Our journey of faith is marked by the Five Stages of Sonship, guiding us from spiritual infancy to mature sonship in Christ. Each stage reflects a deeper relationship with God and a greater understanding of His fatherly love.

    Nepios refers to spiritual infants (Galatians 4:1). At this stage, we are newly born into the faith, learning the basics of God's love and beginning to trust Him as our Father.

    Paidion signifies young children (1 John 2:13). In this stage, we are growing in our relationship with God, gaining a foundational understanding of His teachings, and starting to walk in His ways.

    Teknon describes older children or adolescents (1 John 3:2). This stage is marked by a deeper commitment to God's word, increased responsibility in our spiritual walk, and a stronger sense of identity as His children.

    Neaniskos refers to young adults (1 John 2:14). At this stage, we are developing spiritual strength and maturity, overcoming challenges through faith, and actively participating in God's work with a sense of purpose and direction.

    Huios represents mature sons (Romans 8:14). This final stage is characterized by full maturity in Christ, living in complete alignment with God's will, and reflecting His character as we serve others with the love and wisdom of our Heavenly Father.

  • Our faith is built on the foundation that God is our loving Father, and we are growing into mature children of God. A key aspect of our spiritual growth is the development of the Fruit of the Spirit, which reflects God's character in us and that the work of the Spirit is taking place. These nine attributes are essential for living a life that honors God our Father, demonstrates His love to the world and the manifestation that we are being fathered. (Galatians 5:22-23)

    Love is the selfless, unconditional love of God our Father. It is the foundation of all the other fruits, guiding us to love others as God loves us.

    Joy is the deep, abiding sense of gladness in God our Father. It transcends circumstances and is rooted in our relationship with our Heavenly Father.

    Peace is the tranquility and harmony that comes from trusting God of Father despite situations and circumstances. It guards our hearts and minds, keeping us steady in times of trouble.

    Patience is the ability to endure hardships and wait on our Father's timing. It reflects the Father's patience with us and helps us extend grace to others.

    Kindness is showing compassion and benevolence to others. It mirrors our Father's kindness and mercy toward us.

    Goodness is moral integrity and the desire to do what is right. It stems from our commitment to living according to the Father's standards.

    Faithfulness is loyalty and steadfastness in our relationship with God our Father. It involves being reliable and trustworthy in all aspects of our lives.

    Gentleness is humility and meekness, demonstrating strength under control. It reflects our Father God's own gentle nature.

    Self-control is the ability to govern our desires and impulses. It shows our commitment to living a disciplined and godly life, guided by the Holy Spirit.