The Bible says that Jesus Himself is the One who baptizes us with the Holy Spirit, as John the Baptist pointed out "I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance: but he that cometh after me is mightier than I, whose shoes I am not worthy to bear: he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost, and with fire"
Acts 2:38 Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.
WE BELIEVE IN THE BAPTISM OF THE HOLY GHOST WITH EVIDENCE OF SPEAKING IN UNKNOWN TONGUES.
IF there is NO TRUE REPENTANCE, then there is NO TRUE SALVATION!
What is true repentance? Biblically, repentance means to turn from sin with a heartfelt desire to change and not do it again. Of course, desiring to never sin again and actually not sinning again aren't always the same thing. We Christians often fail in our war with our sin (Rom. 7:19). We may have remorse over it and honestly desire to not commit sin again, but sometimes because of our fallen nature and our profound weakness, we often fail to completely carry out our repentance. Nevertheless, by the grace of God we are able to turn to Him yet again and receive the cleansing that is guaranteed through Christ.
This does not mean that it is okay to go out and seek a sin and then try to repent of it later. There is a difference between (1) an honest struggle (which is a sign of regeneration) and (2) a casual attitude about committing sin so that a person can repent later (a sign of not being regenerate).
Just as Jesus said in the Beatitudes, blessed are the poor and the hungry. Our mission is not just to love one another, but to make sure we spread the Word of Jesus Christ everywhere.
We use the whole Bible, as the foundation for our faith and the inspiration for our daily lives. We put those teachings into practice at home and at work.
Our Mission is to reach all people in our community and beyond with the compelling words of Christ; to help people live an overcoming Christian life. And to do Missionary Outreach.
Finally, as I’ve said before, we stop sinning not by trying to stop sinning, but by walking with Jesus and inviting God into the dark places of our life. When a room is dark, you don’t chase away the darkness by talking against it, praying against it, and commanding the darkness to leave. No, darkness naturally recedes when light enters the room. You want to stop sinning? Invite God into it, and watch the light of His love cast out all sin.