What we Believe

Mission Statement

To reach all nationalities in our city and beyond with the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and that lives will be changed and impacted to reach their full potential in life. Our aim is to be a light in the City, reaching out to all generations and cultural backgrounds and to affect secular environments in all aspects with the Word of God. All Nations for Christ is working towards establishing a biblical legacy that will affect generations to come.

Statement of belief

The Scriptures: Are the infallible and authoritative Word of God, without error, given for the purpose of directing man to salvation.

God the Father: Is the Creator of heaven and earth and the Sustainer of all things.  There is but one God, infinite, eternal an perfect in holiness, truth and love.

The Triune God: Consists of the Father, the Son Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.  They are co-existent, coeternal and coequal.

God the Son (Jesus): Was supernaturally conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary and perfect.  He was the vicarious sacrifice for the sin of all mankind through his death on the cross.  He arose from the dead in His own glorified body, appeared to many, ascended into Heaven and will return to earth in power and glory.  He is now the Head of his body, the church.

God the Holy Spirit: Convicts the world of sin, righteousness and judgement, unites man to Jesus Christ in faith, brings about the new birth and dwells within the believer enabling him to grow in sanctification.
The Baptism of the Holy Spirit is available to all who believe in Jesus Christ, evidenced by the gift of speaking in unknown tongues.  The gifts of the Holy Spirit (word of knowledge, wisdom, or faith, healing, working of miracles, prophecy, discernment of spirits, tongues and the interpretation of tongues) are available through the Holy Ghost.

Man: Was created in the image and likeness of God.  Through the original sin of Adam and Eve, mankind has fallen from God and become sinful in nature.  He is totally incapable of returning to God in himself and is lost without hope, apart from the salvation of Jesus Christ.

Water Baptism: is the outward act of an inward work.  Jesus sets the example that it is necessary for water baptism when he was baptized of John in the Gospels.  We are buried with Him in baptism and raised in the newness of life.