About Us

We are a group of generic Christians who want to share with the world the most wonderful news we have ever heard. Like most people, we were taught we had to believe in Christ to go to heaven; but we were also instructed there was more to it than just that. Some of us were taught we had to get baptized and keep the commandments. Others thought that Christ had to be received by personal invitation or by praying the “sinner’s prayer”. Either through personal study of the Bible or by someone’s explaining the Gospel to us, each one of us came to understand and believe that the only condition to go to heaven was to trust Christ alone and nothing more.

We hope you’ll take the time to check out what we believe and why we believe it, so that you too can have the peace that comes from knowing you will be spending eternity with God.


Jesus Christ, God incarnate, paid the full penalty for man’s sin when He died on the cross and proved that work was complete by rising from the dead the third day (John 1:1), (Colossians 2:13).

The sole condition for receiving eternal salvation from hell is faith (trust) in the Lord Jesus Christ (John 3:16).

Repentance, rightly defined as a change of mind from the Greek word metanoia, involves a change in one’s thinking, not one’s way of living or feeling. The Gospel of John was written to convince people to believe in Christ (John 20:31), and he never once uses the word repent, but uses the word believe 99 times.

No act of obedience, preceding or following faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, such as commitment to obey, sorrow for sin, turning from one’s sin, baptism, or submission to the Lordship of Christ, may be added to, or considered as a part of faith as a condition for receiving eternal salvation (Romans 4:4,5), (Ephesians 2:8,9).

The assurance of eternal salvation is based on God’s promise that everyone who trusts in Jesus Christ alone possesses eternal life (First John 5:11-13).

Good works, which can and should follow regeneration, are not necessary for assurance of eternal life (Titus 3:5).

All who believe in Christ as their Savior receive God’s Holy Spirit (Acts 10:43,44), (Ephesians 1:13,14).

The ultimate goal of the Holy Spirit’s work in the believer’s life is to produce spiritual maturity reflected in consistent Christ-like behavior and attitudes. Therefore, obedience to the Word of God, while having nothing to do with receiving eternal salvation from hell, is the responsibility of each Christian. Those believers who yield in obedience are promised blessings from the hand of God and eternal rewards in the future (Romans 6:12,13), (Matthew 6:20).

However, the Bible does not teach that all believers will yield in obedience. Those who do not yield to the ministry of the Holy Spirit are defined as carnal believers. This believer, though assured of salvation from hell, will incur God’s chastening here on earth and loss of rewards in heaven (First Corinthians 3:1-15; Hebrews 12:5,6).

Every Christian must stand before the Judgment Seat of Christ to determine the amount of rewards he is going to receive for the work he did for Christ. Those believers that did nothing for Christ will receive no rewards (First Corinthians 3:15).
All those who never trusted Christ as their Savior will be judged to determine the degree of punishment they will receive in hell (Revelation 20:11-15).

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