WHat we belive

... About God - 

    God in His essential being is invisible (John 1:18, I Timothy 1:17), unknowable (Luke 10:22, Matthew 11:27), immaterial (John 4:24), omnipresent (Psalm 139:7-12), is one in number and unity (Deuteronomy 6:4), is Father of the universe as Creator / Progenitor (Isaiah 63:16, 9:6, Psalm 89:26), and Paternally to humanity as Nurturer and Caregiver (Psalm 103:13, Matthew 9:6).



The Word is God self-revealing (John.1:1-3), God’s self-disclosure of Himself (Hebrew1:1-3, Isaiah 9:6), God going out from Himself (Revelation 5:6,7) God proceeding or emanating; the one whose “goings forth” have been from of old, from everlasting (Micah 5:2 Revelation 1:8).



Jesus Christ is the Word become flesh (John 1: 1, 14, Micah 5:2), God manifest in the flesh (I Timothy 3:16), the image of the invisible God (Colossians 1:15), and in Him dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead bodily (Colossians 2:9). He is God visible (Hebrews 1:1-3), knowable (John 14:8), approachable (Matthew 11:28-30), touchable (I John. 1:1-3, John. 20:27), is the revealer of the Father (John 14:9, 17:6), the only way to the Father (Matthew 11:27, John 14:6-8), and the Father revealed (John 10:30, Isaiah.9:6, Revelation 1:8, 11). He is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, the Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come (Revelation 1:8). He is also completely human (Hebrews 2:10-18), the true son of Mary (Matthew 2:1, Luke 2:33, 34, Galatians 4:4), the second man Adam (I Corinthians 15:47), the last Adam (I Corinthians 15:45), and the Son of God by both birth (Luke 1:35, Rom. 1:3), and declaration (Romans 1:4, Acts 13:33). His victory over death, hell, and the grave (I Corinthians 15:1-4) elevates the name of Jesus to the position of highest universal authority. The full power and authority of the Godhead is encapsulated in that name (John 5:43, Philippians 2:9, John 14:13, 14, 26, Acts 4:12).



The Holy Spirit is God indwelling the believer in personal agency, (Jeremiah 31:31-33, Romans 8:9), is one Spirit (I Corinthians 12:13), is the Spirit of Grace (Hebrews 10:29), is the Spirit of God (Romans 8:9), is the Spirit of Jesus (John 14:17, 18, Acts 16:7, II Corinthians 3:17), is the source of and medium for dispensing God’s grace in the Church Age (Acts 2:38, I Corinthians 12:l), and is essential for salvation (Acts 2:36-38, 11:14, Romans 8:9).



Our Worship


We worship in prayer, praise and Lifestyle.

      

  • PRAYER- God is not a distant creator that cannot be touched or experienced. We worship God in prayer. We commune with Him. It is a medium herewith we can express the reason for our existence, which is relationship with God. ( Psalm 65:2; James 5:16). 
  • PRAISE- We believe praise is a form of worship that God inhabits when we come together (Psalms 22:3; Matt 18:20). We praise God in singing, with musical instruments, clapping, shouting, and even dancing (Psalm 150). If one is looking for a quiet, boring church they will probably not enjoy The Summit. 
  • LIFESTYLE- We worship God in our lifestyle believing that a relationship with Jesus brings us closer to the image and likeness that He created us to be in. Therefore, our lifestyle is an expression of that relationship that we would be a light to the world (1 Peter 2:9). We believe that a relationship with Jesus allows us to walk in the authority of Jesus. Therefore, through relationship one can live with empowerment over demonic forces expressing the same works of healing and deliverance that Jesus did; We are a book of Acts authentic Christian church (John 14:12). 

We believe in authentic Christianity.


We believe in Healing.

We believe in Deliverance.

We believe in having Power over evil spirits.

We believe in Empowerment from the Holy Ghost.

We believe one can have an authentic Biblical book of Acts experience




... About the Bible -

We believe in the inerrancy of scripture, that the Bible is inspired by God, and i s the absolute authority of ultimate reality. 

 


The Bible is the inspired and only infallible and authoritative written Word of God (II Timothy 3:16Ephesians 3:5II Peter 3:2).



The Gospel



The gospel, or “good news,” is that Christ has suffered the curse of sin. Thus providing deliverance and salvation to all who by faith obey the gospel (Romans 1:16,17; Acts 2:37-38; Galatians 3:13-15).


As one studies this divine revelation (Bible) it calls for certain changes in a person's life. As a person chooses to make these changes they become peculiar to the flow of society, but pleasing in the sight of God. Thus, endeavoring to live a life holy and acceptable unto the Lord. 




... About Separation -  



As one studies this divine revelation (bible) it calls for certain changes in a persons life. As a person chooses to make these changes they become peculiar to the flow of society, but pleasing in the sight of God. Thus endeavoring to live a life holy and acceptable unto the Lord.




... Jesus Christ -




The authority of God is vested in the Name of Jesus (Philippian 2:9-10Matthew 7:22Mark 16:7; John 14:14;: Acts 4:12). All that the believer does “in word or deed” is to be done in Jesus’ Name (Colossians 3:17). The Name of Jesus becomes our new “family name” (I Corinthians 1:12-15Romans 6:4: II Corinthians 5:17), replacing the old family name of “Adam” (I Corinthians 15:45-50). The authority of the Godhead is vested in the Name of Jesus (Philippians 2:9-10; Matthew 7:22; Mark 16:7; John 14:14;)!