What We Believe

GlobalGrace Fellowship and all its members affirm their belief in and defense of the historic Christian faith as set forth below:

We believe in one true God, the almighty Creator of all things, existing eternally in three persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

In the unique divine inspiration, entire trustworthiness, and final authority of the Bible as the very Word of God in all matters of faith and conduct, without error in the original manuscripts.

That all human beings have been created in God’s image to live in holiness, love, and caring rule over the earth and are of sacred worth in every stage or condition from conception through natural death, morally bound to be valued and protected. God immutably created humans as male and female, two complementary genders which together reflect God’s image so that marriage has only one meaning: the uniting of one man and one woman in a single, exclusive union which is the sole place for sexual intimacy.

That in Adam, we humans became rebels against God, were alienated from him and each other, corrupted by sin in every part of our being, and justly subject to God’s wrath for our sin and guilt.

That Jesus Christ is fully human and fully divine, was supernaturally conceived by the Holy Spirit, lived a perfect life, assumed the judgment due us sinners by dying in our place, rose bodily in triumph over death, and ascended to the Father as Savior and Lord.

In pardon and justification by God’s grace through Christ’s substitutionary death to all who repent and put their faith in Jesus Christ alone for salvation.

In the convicting work, transforming power, and indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit, who gives to all truly regenerate believers a new nature and power for obedient service.

In the unity of all who are truly regenerate through faith in Jesus Christ, manifest in worshiping and witnessing churches making disciples throughout the world.

In the future personal return and victorious reign of Jesus Christ, who will judge all people with justice and mercy, giving over the unrepentant to eternal condemnation, but receiving the redeemed into eternal life in glorified, resurrected bodies.