What we believe… a coach’s perspective on biblical truth for life

There is one God.  He created the heavens and the earth and everything in it, with humans having a special blessing of being made in His image.  You are a reflection of His intellect, power, beauty, and creativity.  (Genesis 1:27, Deuteronomy 4:35&39, Nehemiah 9:6)

God is three in one, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  The Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer.  You have every transformational resource of love, healing, and guidance to live your life for God’s glory.  (Isaiah 44:6, John 4:24, 2 Corinthians 13:14)

The Bible is God’s infallible and perfect Word.  It is the beginning and end.  It is complete.  It is truth.  It is timeless and for every circumstance and moment in history.  It is instructional, correctional, directional, and inspirational.  It is for all mankind and it is for you.  (Psalm 19:7, 2 Timothy 3:16-17, Hebrews 4:12)

Jesus Christ is the Son of God.  He was the fulfillment of prophesy.  He came to teach, heal, walk among us, and to die for every sin of every human.  He was fully human and fully God.  Therefore, He did not stay dead, He rose again and appeared to His disciples, leaving them with instructions for life.  He now sits at the right hand of the Father and will return once again to bring to heaven all those who believe in Him.  He died for you, has the power to heal you from every sin and every hurt, and has eternity in mind for you. (Isaiah 9:6, John 1:14, John 14:6, Matthew 16:27, Romans 8:34, 1 Peter 2:22)

Sanctification is the process of becoming more Christlike.  It is intended as a journey from the moment of receiving Christ as personal Savior until one’s dying breath.   Jesus promises abundant life for His followers and this is found only through a life hidden in Him.  God planted in human hearts a desire to strive toward wholeness and healing, perfection and satisfaction.   Your yearning for more is a gift from God and an invitation to know Him better.  (John 15:5, Philippians 3:12-17,1 Timothy 4:7)

God is omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent.  You are never alone, never powerless, never without resources.  (Psalm 31:3, Psalm 139, Isaiah 14:27, Isaiah 43:13, Daniel 4:35, Ephesians 1:19, Luke 1:37)

Heaven and hell are real places of real reward or consequence, and eternity is a long time.  All who humble themselves, repent of their sins, and place their trust in Him have the promise of eternity.  What are you hoping in, sharing about, and working toward?  Eternity.  (Matthew 25:46, Romans 2:6-8, Revelation 21:8)