We believe that salvation is available to each and every person - no matter who you are or what sins/crimes you've committed prior to being saved.
We do NOT believe in the "one-saved, always-saved" doctrine. Matthew 24:13 says, "the one who endures until the end shall be saved." We have to continue cultivating our relationship with Jesus in order to maintain our salvation.
We believe in having a radical, hold-nothing-back relationship with Jesus Christ. We believe in the bridal paradigm, as spoken about in Hosea 2 and Song of Songs. It is important to note that intimacy with Jesus is NOT a physical thing, like people who are married have, but rather, a heart-to-heart intimacy. Physical marriage is supposed to be an allegory of our spiritual marriage to Him - meaning having a deep relationship with Him and knowing Him as a Best Friend and a Husband (in the spiritual sense of the word).
We believe that God is One-in-Three, Three-in-One. There is only One God but He exists in Three Persons - the Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit. John 10:30 says, "I and the Father are One."
We believe in a literal heaven and hell. Revelation 22:3-4 says, "The Throne of God and the Lamb of God shall be in this city and His servants will see Him. They will see His Face and His Name will be on their foreheads." If you ask Jesus to be your Savior and maintain a relationship with Him, you will be with Him forever in heaven. If you don't have a relationship with Him, you will be separated from Him forever.
The Bible is the infallible Word of God. Every single word in the Bible is given by God Himself. John 1:1 says, "in the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God." The Bible also says to study to show yourself approved (2 Timothy 2:15) so, we must seek out the Word and understand the depths of it.
We believe in AND operate in the gifts of the Spirit. We believe that the gifts of the Spirit never died off because Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13:8) and are VERY important for the body of Christ today.
Christians CAN and DO have demons. We have helped dozens of Christians get delivered from the demonic. Jesus came to set the captives free and that means He wants us to get deliverance.
We have prayed for and witnessed the resurrection of several people and we both have been resurrected ourselves. The resurrection of the dead is very real and very powerful.
All people can be anointed to do the Lord's work, regardless of their age, gender, or race. Every office of the five-fold ministry was held by a woman in the Bible. Some examples include: Junia (Romans 16:7), Deborah (Judges 4:4), Lydia (Acts 16), Mary Magdalene (Matthew 27:55-56), to name a few. Junia was an apostle, Deborah was a prophetess, Lydia was a pastor/teacher, and Mary Magdalene was an evangelist.
Women can be anointed to preach the Gospel just as much as men can. After all, Galatians 3:28 says that there is no more male or female in Christ.
Just like the gifts of the Spirit, there are multiple offices. We each have different gifts and different callings and all gifts and callings are valuable to the body of Christ.
We believe in signs and wonders, as well as unusual signs and wonders. The Bible says that if all the things God did were documented they could not fill every book in the world (John 21:25). Ergo, the Lord does incredible things and sometimes, things He does are unusual. We have witnessed gold dust appear on people and even things such as angel feathers appear and gemstones from heaven appear. Jesus even gave Hepzibah a bracelet one time from Him. True signs and wonders should always point people back to Jesus no matter what they are.