Our beliefs

Our Nation is a Christian Nation

America was established  by our founding fathers, all of whom believed in a Supreme Creator, who provided the laws, principles and examples revealed in the Bible.  In the beginning children learned lessons based on scripture and read from the Bible.  Universities were started with the primary goal of educating future preachers in God's word and to spread the Gospel. 

The Bible


The Bible contains all the laws and principles upon which our nation was established.  As this Nation has turned away from the teachings in the Bible, our moral structure has deteriorated.  No longer is there an inner compass guiding individuals on what is right .  Suddenly what is right is what "feels right" and active minorities have convinced politicians to make laws enabling people to fulfill their inner desires.

There is only one God

There are only three religions that believe in a single deity.  They are Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.  The God of Christianity and Judaism is the same.  He is a God of love and peace, a God of justice, a God of forgiveness,  and a God of salvation. Each individual has a choice on whether to believe or not.  The god of Islam is not a god of choice, but rather a god who seeks death for those who do not believe or who decide to believe in another religion.

Bill of Rights

We believe in the original Bill of Rights,  especially the 1st and 2nd Amendments.  The 1st guarantees the freedom of religion and speech, the  right of peaceful assembly, and the right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.  The 2nd Amendment is also supported because it guarantees the  right of the people to keep and bear arms, which is the ability to defend oneself and family, and even against a government which becomes tyrannical.