At Liberty Baptist Church, we seek to worship God in spirit and in truth (John 4:24). We want to bring honor and glory to God in all that we do. The King James Bible is the inspired, preserved Word of God and, therefore, is to be the center of our worship. We believe that a foundation in Spirit-filled preaching and traditional, Christ-honoring music is at the heart of true worship.
Through the practical Bible preaching, families are encouraged, needs are met, and lives are changed. In every service God's Word is honored and boldly proclaimed as the foundation needed for our lives.
Our music is best described as alive, traditional, and Christ honoring. Our 40-plus voice choir, ensemble, special singing groups and musicians lead the entire congregation to worship in a way that truly honors Him. Special cantatas, children's choirs and hand chime choir all provide opportunities to worship in our music ministry.
- In the infallible, verbal inspiration of the Scriptures. We believe in the Divine preservation of the Scriptures so that today we have the inspired Word of God. We believe that, in the English language, God's Word is preserved in the King James Version.
- In the Genesis account of creation and that the teaching of the theory of evolution attempts to destroy the foundation of our faith.
- In that there is one true God and that there are three persons in the Godhead: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Any other object of worship is idolatry.
- That God created man in a state of innocence, that man sinned and fell from that condition and that, by the fall, man lost his original righteousness and became both sinful and depraved. As a natural consequence of Adam's fall, all are depraved.
- That man by nature is unable to recover himself from his fallen condition and that, unless God provided a way of salvation, all must be lost forever, for all have sinned.
- That God has provided a way of salvation: For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God.
- That Jesus Christ, the eternal Son of God, came to earth, lived a sinless life, died for our sins on Calvary, rose from the grave on the third day and offers eternal life to all who will repent of sin and place their faith in His finished work.
- In the virgin birth of Christ.
- In the eternal security of all who have truly received Christ as Savior.
- That a New Testament church is a local, visible assembly of saved, Scripturally baptized believers covenanted together to carry out the commands of the Lord.
- That God has commissioned the church to preach the Gospel to the world. In order to fulfill that mission, it is the responsibility of the members to contribute to the ministry of the church tithes and offerings according to the direction of the Scriptures.
- That Christ instituted two pictorial church ordinances: Baptism and the Lord's Supper. Baptism is immersion in water of those professing saving faith in Christ. The authority to administer Baptism rests with the local church. The Lord's Supper is a memorial supper consisting of unleavened bread and pure grape juice. Participants of the Lord's Supper are restricted to members in good standing of that particular local church observing the Lord's Supper.
- In the bodily resurrection and ascension of Christ and the bodily resurrection of His saints.
- In the premillennial return of Christ and that, when Christ returns, He will establish a literal reign on this earth for a period of one thousand years.
- In a literal Heaven and a literal Hell.
- That the charismatic movement is unscriptural.