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Honoring God Our Father As The Only True God

And Jesus As Messiah And Lord

Join Us In A

21st Century Reformation

Honoring God Our Father
As The Only True God
And Jesus as Messiah and Lord

THIS IS US…

One God Over All, The Father Alone

ONE GOD OVER ALL

The Father Alone

Who is God – Truly? We believe that only one individual in the Universe has ever been or ever will be God Almighty. That individual is the Father Himself! (Psalm 86:10). After the Bible was written, Gentile Christians began worshipping a Trinity of “Persons” as “one” God. However, God’s true prophets and people of old steadfastly worshipped only one as God – YHWH! (Isa. 37:16, Deut. 6:4). Join us in rediscovering the God of Abraham, Sarah, Moses, David and all of the prophets. Join us in learning about the God of Jesus and of his earliest followers (John 20:17, Mark 12:28-30).  EXPLORE

Jesus the Messiah, One of Us, For All of Us

JESUS THE MESSIAH

Obscured by Theology but Open to Humanity in God’s Word

Who is Jesus – Really? Jesus of Nazareth claimed to be the Son of God – not God (Matt. 16:16-17). He never claimed to be part of a Trinity.  Jesus professed that his Father is “the only true God” and that he, Jesus, is the Christ, God’s Messiah (John 17:3). Born of a virgin, God gave this man power to live a sinless life. He then died for our sins (1 Peter 2:21-24). By that same power, God raised him from the dead, took him up into heaven and seated him at his right hand (Mark 16:19). Learn with us of the true Jesus – the Jesus who is the Way to God (John 14:6).  EXPLORE

The Holy Spirit, The Spirit of the Father

THE HOLY SPIRIT

The Spirit of the Father

Is the Spirit of God another “God-Person” to be prayed to and worshiped in addition to the Father? To Jesus, God’s Spirit is the Spirit of the Father himself (Matt. 10:20). It is the Father touching his people and moving by his own mighty power. Gentile Christians, after the Bible was written, began praying to and worshipping God’s Spirit as another “Person.” But Jesus always prayed to the Father, and taught that our prayers should be directed to him (Matt. 6:9). Jesus taught that people should worship “in” spirit and “in” truth – but true worship is “to” the Father (John 4:23). Join us in learning about the wonder and glory of God’s true Holy Spirit.  EXPLORE

One God Over All, The Father Alone

ONE GOD OVER ALL

The Father Alone

Who is God – Truly? We believe that only one individual in the Universe has ever been or ever will be God Almighty. That individual is the Father Himself! (Psalm 86:10). After the Bible was written, Gentile Christians began worshipping a Trinity of “Persons” as “one” God. However, God’s true prophets and people of old steadfastly worshipped only one as God – YHWH! (Isa. 37:16, Deut. 6:4). Join us in rediscovering the God of Abraham, Sarah, Moses, David and all of the prophets. Join us in learning about the God of Jesus and of his earliest followers (John 20:17, Mark 12:28-30).  EXPLORE

Jesus the Messiah, One of Us, For All of Us

JESUS THE MESSIAH

Obscured by Theology but Open to Humanity in God’s Word

Who is Jesus – Really? Jesus of Nazareth claimed to be the Son of God – not God (Matt. 16:16-17). He never claimed to be part of a Trinity.  Jesus professed that his Father is “the only true God” and that he, Jesus, is the Christ, God’s Messiah (John 17:3). Born of a virgin, God gave this man power to live a sinless life. He then died for our sins (1 Peter 2:21-24). By that same power, God raised him from the dead, took him up into heaven and seated him at his right hand (Mark 16:19). Learn with us of the true Jesus – the Jesus who is the Way to God (John 14:6).  EXPLORE

The Holy Spirit, The Spirit of the Father

THE HOLY SPIRIT

The Spirit of the Father

Is the Spirit of God another “God-Person” to be prayed to and worshiped in addition to the Father? To Jesus, God’s Spirit is the Spirit of the Father himself (Matt. 10:20). It is the Father touching his people and moving by his own mighty power. Gentile Christians, after the Bible was written, began praying to and worshipping God’s Spirit as another “Person.” But Jesus always prayed to the Father, and taught that our prayers should be directed to him (Matt. 6:9). Jesus taught that people should worship “in” spirit and “in” truth – but true worship is “to” the Father (John 4:23). Join us in learning about the wonder and glory of God’s true Holy Spirit.  EXPLORE

One God Over All, The Father Alone

ONE GOD OVER ALL

The Father Alone

Who is God – Truly? We believe that only one individual in the Universe has ever been or ever will be God Almighty. That individual is the Father Himself! (Psalm 86:10). After the Bible was written, Gentile Christians began worshipping a Trinity of “Persons” as “one” God. However, God’s true prophets and people of old steadfastly worshipped only one as God – YHWH! (Isa. 37:16, Deut. 6:4). Join us in rediscovering the God of Abraham, Sarah, Moses, David and all of the prophets. Join us in learning about the God of Jesus and of his earliest followers (John 20:17, Mark 12:28-30).  EXPLORE

Jesus the Messiah, One of Us, For All of Us

JESUS THE MESSIAH

Obscured by Theology but Open to Humanity in God’s Word

Who is Jesus – Really? Jesus of Nazareth claimed to be the Son of God – not God (Matt. 16:16-17). He never claimed to be part of a Trinity.  Jesus professed that his Father is “the only true God” and that he, Jesus, is the Christ, God’s Messiah (John 17:3). Born of a virgin, God gave this man power to live a sinless life. He then died for our sins (1 Peter 2:21-24). By that same power, God raised him from the dead, took him up into heaven and seated him at his right hand (Mark 16:19). Learn with us of the true Jesus – the Jesus who is the Way to God (John 14:6).  EXPLORE

The Holy Spirit, The Spirit of the Father

THE HOLY SPIRIT

The Spirit of the Father

Is the Spirit of God another “God-Person” to be prayed to and worshiped in addition to the Father? To Jesus, God’s Spirit is the Spirit of the Father himself (Matt. 10:20). It is the Father touching his people and moving by his own mighty power. Gentile Christians, after the Bible was written, began praying to and worshipping God’s Spirit as another “Person.” But Jesus always prayed to the Father, and taught that our prayers should be directed to him (Matt. 6:9). Jesus taught that people should worship “in” spirit and “in” truth – but true worship is “to” the Father (John 4:23). Join us in learning about the wonder and glory of God’s true Holy Spirit.  EXPLORE

Other Views of God…

The Doctrine of the Trinity

The Doctrine of The Trinity

Exploring Problems with the Trinity

Millions of wonderful people of faith have – often without serious consideration – vested their confidence in the post-biblical concept that three different “Persons” compose the one God. Those Christians have often not considered that God’s prophets and people of old held that only one individual is God – the Father himself (Isaiah 64:4, 8). And, they often have not realized that our Lord Jesus declared that his Father is the only one who is truly God and that he (Jesus) is the Christ (John 17:3).  EXPLORE

Oneness Pentecostal

Oneness Pentecostalism

Have You Ever Wondered About Oneness?

On the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2:22, Peter declared – not that Jesus was the God of the Jews come down to them – but rather that he was “Jesus of Nazareth, a man approved of God among you by miracles and wonders and signs, which God did by him in the midst of you, as you yourselves also know.” Likewise, when Peter concludes his message in Acts 2:36, he does not say that Jesus was their God, but rather that he was the one whom God has “made Lord and Christ.”  EXPLORE

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