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What We Believe

The Bible is God’s bold and loving message to the world. We believe it is the instruction manual for all of life and reveals the lives of real people and the heart and character of a real and loving God. Specifically, we believe:

1) The Bible reflects the story God wanted to tell about his relationship with the world. It is “inspired” by him. The truths presented in the Bible are the supreme authority over all things in life.

2) God eternally exists in three persons who are equal in divine perfection. They have different roles, but they work in harmony as One. God the Father is a personal Spirit who is perfect in holiness, wisdom, power and love. He hears and answers prayers and welcomes all those who come to him in the name of his son. Jesus Christ is the Father’s son and we believe that his death on the cross, his resurrection, and his return to heaven allow those who believe in him to experience eternal life with him. The third person of the Godhead is the Holy Spirit, whose role is to show the world where it has fallen short of God’s right way of living and to teach those who believe in Jesus how to live.

3) Everyone, by nature, has fallen short of God’s right way of living. We have not followed God’s right way of living and therefore sinned, or committed wrong actions. Sin separates people from God. But the good news is that God reached out to us to end that separation. He invites all people to come home to him! To fix the sin problem, God sent his son, Jesus. His son paved the way for a relationship with God by dying for all people on a cross and rising to life again. To receive this gift of relationship, every person must believe that Jesus died for them, confess their wrong actions and ask Jesus to live in them.

4) There is a universal church, a living spiritual body which Jesus cares for and oversees. In this universal church, everyone has received, by faith, the gift of a relationship with God. They have “come home” to the Father and will experience the abundant life he has planned for them. The local church, which is a group of believers who have a relationship with God, is a local representation of that larger universal church.

5) Baptism is a physical demonstration of a person identifying with the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. When a person, by faith, identifies with what Jesus did, faith is the means by which that person experiences a vibrant relationship with God.

6) Jesus commanded his followers to remember his death by hosting a special meal called communion, also known as the Lord’s Supper. Colorado Christian Fellowship hosts communion once a month so as to commemorate what Jesus did for the entire world.