The Godhead eternally exists as three persons Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and each is fully God, and God is one.
Scripture is inspired by God and inerrant in the original autographa. Scripture has authority in the life of the believer because it is God's word.
Jesus Christ was born of a virgin and lived a perfect life without sin.
The Bible presents Christ as a person having two natures, one divine, and one human. Jesus Christ was God incarnate, sent from the Father to earth, as fully God and fully man in order to bring sinners to God through his death, burial, and ressurection from the dead.
Jesus Christ died in the place of every man, woman, and child; past, present, and future; who are called by God unto himself, as a substitutionary atonement to satisfy the wrath of God.
Humanity is born sinful and is separated from a direct relationship with God because of sin. Therefore, the entire human race is spiritually lost without the substitutionary death of Jesus Christ.
Salvation for each person comes by faith alone, in Christ alone, and cannot be achieved by works, merit, or reward.
Jesus Christ was born of a virgin, lived a perfect life, died on a cross, was buried, and three days later bodily rose from the dead and appeared to many witnesses. He ascended into heaven, sits at the right hand of the Father, and will come again to rapture the church and set up a literal, visible kingdom on earth.
The Holy Spirit fills the believer at conversion, baptizing the believer into the body of Christ. There is only one baptism of the spirit, but many fillings of the spirit, as the believer yields to God in the life-long process of sanctification.
One or various gifts of the Holy Spirit, as described in 1 Corinthians 12-14 and Ephesians 4, are distributed by God's grace to the believer today. Moreover, they must be ministered out of love, for the benefit of others within the body of Christ, as an act of spiritual worship to God.