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What We Believe

Statement of Fundamental Truth

The Bible is our all-sufficient rule for faith and practice. This Statement of Fundamental Truths is intended simply as a basis of fellowship among us (i.e., that we all speak the same thing, 1 Corinthians 1:10 [KJV/NIV]; Acts 2:42 [KJV/NIV]). The phraseology employed in this Statement is not inspired nor contended for, but the truth set forth is held to be essential to a full-gospel ministry. No claim is made that it covers all Biblical truth, only that it covers our need as to these fundamental doctrines.

  1.     The Scriptures Inspired
  2.     The One True God
  3.     The Deity of the Lord Jesus Christ
  4.     The Fall of Man
  5.     The Salvation of Man
  6.     The Ordinances of the Church
  7.     The Baptism in the Holy Spirit
  8.     The Initial Physical Evidence
            of the Baptism in the Holy Spirit
  9.     Sanctification
  10.     The Church and Its Mission
  11.     The Ministry
  12.     Divine Healing
  13.     The Blessed Hope
  14.     The Millennial Reign of Christ
  15.     The Final Judgment
  16.     The New Heavens and the New Earth

Ministering:  A church committed to preparing people for Judement Day by encouraging their gifts and providing opportunities for them to serve, giving their gifts a place of expression to operate.

Challenging: A church committed to raising up an army of mature Christians, passionate about being holy giving supernaturally, praying fervently, serving fullly and witnessing powerfully.

Spirit Filled: A church committed to each person experiencing God's presence through being filled with the Holy Spirit, His gifts of healing, words of knowledge, discernment, prophecy, and other gifts.  A church committed to be a Spirit sensitive church.

Permeating: A church committed to seeing its community permeated by God's kingdom through affecting the community's nerve centers of education, business, media, recreation, social services, and government.

Worshipping: A church committed to having numerous opportunities to gather for worship consisting joyous praise and song, biblical preaching, personal ministry, uniting in a concert of prayer and opportunity for people to receving Christ as Savior.

Personal: A church committed to spersonally minister to each person through home visitations, the laying on of hands, small groups, ministry to every age group, and ministry to ethnic groups in their language.

Disciple Making: A church committed to growing every person becoming a disciples of the Lord and to be used by God to make disciples, encouraging them to evaluate their life on the basis of how many disciples they have made.

Apostolic: A church committed to operate as one church in many loctions throughout Hawaii, the Pacific Rim, and wherever God desires us to be. 

About us

We are an extension of King’s Cathedral in Maui Hawaii and King's Chapel Alaska.

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Kings Chapel Bristol Bay
Mike 2 Ak Peninsula Hwy
Naknek, AK 99633
(907) 246-3619
kcbristolbay@gmail.com
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