What We Believe

"What comes into our minds when we think about God
is the most important thing about us."
A.W. Tozer

Core Beliefs

The following are the core beliefs of 2 or More Church based on the foundational truths taught in the bible.
All of our teaching and ministry is rooted in and flows out of these biblical doctrines.


We believe that the Bible is the only rule of faith and practice:

We believe that the Bible is the book that contains all the guidelines for the Christian to follow.
The Bible is the revealed will of God through the scriptures, the way in which God chose to keep his truth from generation to generation.
There is no such book, no other revelation, the Bible is unique and totally sufficient.


We believe that God is unique but manifest in three distinct persons:
God the Father, God the Son (Jesus) and God the Holy Spirit:

We believe in one God, but He is Triune, that is, manifested in three persons: God the Father, God the Son (Jesus) and God the Holy Spirit.
Jesus is God and existed from the beginning. The Holy Spirit, likewise was at the beginning in the creation of the world, He dwells in the life of the Christian. The Holy Spirit has not begun and will have no end. He is God.


 We believe that the Spirit enters the person's life at the moment of his conversion:

According to the scriptures, the Holy Spirit begins to dwell in a person's life from the moment he or she converts.
After the Holy Spirit descended upon the apostles and over all the converted church on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2),
the Spirit did not withdraw from the church. It is the Spirit who bestows the gifts for the Christian to use in working for the Kingdom of God


We believe that all people are sinners, so they need to believe in Christ as Savior and Lord to be saved:

We believe that God created man to be friends and to be intimate with him, but man chose to disobey God's perfect will, committing the first sin.
In this way people are born sinners by inheritance, every human being is conceived in sin.
Our goodness contrasted with God's is far from being good, we have as a parameter only men, that is, good works do not save.
Every human being walks to perdition, the only way that saves is Jesus Christ. Only the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross can cleanse our sins.
The human being has sought to create religions to reconnect with his Creator, but this is impossible, it is not within our capabilities such a deed.
Only the effort of God Himself is powerful enough, that was the mission of Christ delegated by the Father.


We believe that Salvation is obtained by faith in Jesus Christ as the only Savior and Lord:

Jesus Christ died on the cross without sin, so that we could have our sins clean and forgiven.
He paid the price of our salvation, and so we are justified (considered righteous, even though we are not righteous in ourselves).
We believe that there are only two destinations after death: heaven (eternal salvation), or hell (eternal damnation - eternal separation from God).
God does not want anyone to be lost, but that all should be saved. However, only those who, of their own free will,
will believe and follow Christ as Savior will be saved.


We believe it is the will of God that each believer should be entirely sanctified whereby at a time after their new birth in Jesus Christ,
they are cleansed of the nature of sin and filled with the Holy Spirit. By this experience of God’s grace, they are then empowered for continued growth,
holy living, fruitful witness, and effective service in their relationship with Christ. This is both a crisis and a progressive experience.
 (1 Thess. 5:23-24; Rom. 6:6; Rom. 12:1, 2)

Divine Healing

We believe in divine healing. Prayer for the sick and anointing with oil are taught in the Scriptures and are privileges for the Church in this present age.
(James 5:14, 15)

Enemy of Our Souls

We believe that there is an Enemy of our souls, Satan.

Satan was an angel who rebelled against God's perfect will, he is around us all the time trying to turn us away from God.
He is the prince of this world who lies in the darkness under his command.
According to the Bible, one day Satan and all who do not have Christ will be cast forever into eternal damnation,
described in the Apocalypse as Lake of Fire, or second death.


We believe that the church is a union of converted people, who meet periodically to worship God,
study his word and proclaim the message of salvation:

Church is not the building but the people, we believe that when we are gathered in the name of Jesus Christ He is in our midst.
It is in the church that we are blessed, strengthened, comforted. Place of imperfect people, but with the same focus Jesus Christ.
That is why we believe that there is no perfect church.
We believe that everything we need is found in the house of God, friendship, fun, joy and strength.

Baptism & the Lord's Supper

We believe that Jesus left two ordinances to be observed by the church:

1st Baptism: 
Baptism is the immersion in water of the already converted person.
A person who is baptized must know what he is doing.
She needs to have a personal faith in Jesus so that baptism makes sense to her.
That's why we do not baptize children.
Baptism means death for sin and for the world and a rebirth for a new life with Christ.
Baptism is therefore a testimony to something that has already happened in one's heart.
Baptism does not save or cleanse sins. It is faith in Christ that saves,
but baptism must be observed because Jesus set the example.

2nd Lord’s Supper:  
Jesus ordered us to partake of the supper in memory of his name!
He celebrated this moment with his disciples, presenting the bread as his body and wine as his blood shed on the cross.
Jesus taught that the church should celebrate this memorial to remember the Lord's sacrifice
and that He will return to seek His church.
We believe that it is a moment of extreme responsibility, and that according to the Bible each one must examine himself,
because if he eats and drinks disagreeably does so to his own condemnation.


 We believe that all believers can have direct access to God through Jesus:

According to the Bible, there is no other person who can serve as an intermediary between God and man, only Jesus.
The believer should pray in the name of Jesus to God, not using repetitions or phrases made, but in a direct conversation.

Tithes & Offerings

We believe that the believer must support church ministries with tithes and offerings:

Tithing is the tenth of all that is earned for self and family support.
Tithing must be the first-fruits of what God has given us and must be given back to Him.
Tithing is one of the oldest in the Word of God.
It is a demonstration of love and responsibility for the things of God.
The Bible contains rich promises to those who are faithful in sustaining the work of God.
Being a tithing goes beyond any human obligation or manipulation. It is gratitude to the Lord.


We believe that those who die in Christ are immediately present with Him,
while those who die in sin suffer the torments of hell awaiting the final judgment.
We believe there shall be a bodily resurrection of the just and of the unjust:
for the former a resurrection unto life and for the latter a resurrection unto final judgment.
(Luke 16:19-26; 1 Thess. 4:15-17; Rev 20:12-15) Section 11.


 We believe the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ is a vital doctrine of the Bible and is the vibrant hope of the church.
This coming will be a visible, personal return for the Church.
Since there is no method of predicting when He will return, the incentive for active holy living is magnified.
(Acts 1:11; 1 Thess. 4:15- 17)

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