The belief that true Christians can be possessed by demons.

"The extreme Calvinism" where the fatalistic view leaves no place for free will; specifically, we reject the belief that the atonement on the cross was limited, as we believe that He died for all people, and we also reject the assertion that the grace of God can not be resisted or that He has chosen some people to go to hell; instead we believe that anyone who wants to can come to Christ.

"Positive confession" movement doctrine of faith that believes that God can be commanded to heal or do miracles according to man's will.

Human prophecy that overcomes the Scriptures.

The five-fold ministry of seudoapóstoles and seudoprófetas. That demand to be revered and obeyed by the congregation. Instead of being the servants of them all. They give their teaching authority equal to that of the scriptures which is openly heretical.

The incorporation of humanistic and secular psychology and philosophy in biblical teaching.

The overemphasis on spiritual gifts, emotional experiences and other events to the exclusion of Biblical teaching.

  • In our services we focus on a personal relationship with God through worship, prayer and teaching the Word of God.

  • We teach expositional generally and on a few occasions we also do thematically .

  • We do not allow speaking in tongues during services at high or no prophecy when a Bible study is in progress and this, because we do not believe that the Holy Spirit would interrupt himself.

  • We have specific meetings after services and gatherings of believers where these gifts are exercised.