We proclaim that Yahweh, the God of the Bible, is Sovereign and Jesus Christ, Yeshua the Messiah, His Son is King.
As a Free Church ministry based in the Republic of the United States of America, we embrace the laws upon which America was founded, including the United States Constitution along with all of its amendments including our 1st Amendment right to practice our religious beliefs according to our convictions without government intrusion or interference. This includes our freedom to assemble as well as our right to speak freely, according to our convictions, on all matters—whether social, political, Biblical, personal or otherwise.
We proclaim Jehovah / Yahweh as our God and Jesus / Yeshua the Christ as our Lord. While various translations and versions may be consulted for educational purposes, we consider the King James Bible to be our authority.
While we respect individual liberty, we exert our religious convictions, secured by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, to proclaim all Biblical truths according to our deeply held religious convictions, on all matters of life including, but not limited to, sexuality, gender, marriage, health care, education, the family, and morality.
Accordingly, in accordance with our religious liberty, we exert our right to refuse vaccinations and/or flu shots, or immunizations of any kind.
We consider any violation of these foundational precepts to be an egregious assault upon our sincerely held religious beliefs that are held in accordance with Biblical instructions, as well as the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights which are applicable to all Americans upon conception.
As the Holy Scriptures state, God’s law is the highest authority on earth: “You shall have no other God’s before me” (Exodus 20:3) and “Then Peter and the other apostles answered and said, we ought to obey God rather than men” (Acts 5:29).
The commonly used mantra of the “separation of church and state” is valid, but almost entirely misrepresented as it is commonly put forth today. History clearly indicates that from the very conception of America, Godly men have always exerted influence in American politics. In reading it, the evidence is self-evident that the wall of separation between Church and state that Thomas Jefferson mentioned in a letter simply said that churches would not be infringed upon by civil government.
In light of the above, this means that our church and related ministries rest upon sovereign political and spiritual ground and that no other governmental body has a right to dictate, determine or legislate our religious beliefs or enforce ungodly and / or unBiblical mandates upon us that violate our sincerely held beliefs either mentally, physically, spiritually or otherwise. Our sovereign religious rights include our sincerely held beliefs in regard to medical care, health care, child care, and all other areas of life.
Life begins at the precise moment of conception. Therefore, we do not believe that murdering unborn children is just, moral or legal according to the Holy Scriptures. It is also contrary to the Constitutional Rights of all living persons, of which a pre-born baby person is.