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Remnant of Faith Christian Center (ROFCC)

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823 William SE Albuq. NM
Albuquerque, NM  87102
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Core Beliefs
CORE BELIEFS SIMPLIFIED:

This is not meant to be a comprehensive statement of Christian beliefs. However, these statements represent the core of our beliefs at Remnant of Faith (ROFCC), while acknowledging that the mystery of God is deeper than we are able to comprehend or explain with mere words. We believe in the foundational truths behind these statements, but the words which we use to convey them may change over time as we struggle to make them as clear as possible.
1.    We believe in one God who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit. God is so big we cannot fully comprehend Him; yet, He is real and personal. He has revealed himself to us through the Scriptures, and His nature is evident to us through science, history and creation, but his ultimate revelation of himself came through His Son, Jesus. He continues to reveal Himself to us through each other as we reflect His character and values.
2.    We believe God created all that we see and cannot see. All truth, whether scientific, philosophic or moral comes from Him, for He is truth.
3.    We believe that Scripture communicates the story of God as He reveals His character and His passion for His children. This is one of the primary ways in which God has communicated truth. It transcends time and is as real and true today as it was when it was written. Living in conflict with Scripture is living in conflict with the heart of God.
4.    We are all equally imperfect and deserving of eternity apart from God. God does not categorize sin – all sin separates us from His perfection. Therefore, we can quit with the “I’m a better person than they are” game and begin treating everyone with love and equality – no matter their struggle.
5.    We believe that Jesus lived a sinless life, perfectly reflecting the character and values of His Father, God. It is through following the pattern of life that he displayed that we can understand what it means to truly be human.
6.    A heavy price was paid to fix the world’s broken relationship with God. Because of His perfection, something had to be done about our imperfection. Jesus, who lived a sinless and perfect life, died on a cross in payment for the sin of the world. None of us are good enough to earn that salvation, it is only through the free gift of grace that anyone has a right relationship with God.
7.    We are called to live a life of selfless denial, not because it earns us a place in heaven — Jesus did that for us. Our lives should be focused on honoring God because of the great love that He has for us. In this selfless obedience, we find wholeness, peace and joy. Our first act of obedience should be a commitment made through baptism.
8.    We believe that the church is not a place, but a community of people. This global community is the continuing presence of Jesus in the world today. All believers in Jesus have an equal responsibility to work in harmony to reveal the good news of Jesus to the world.
9.    God does not force Himself upon anyone, but instead allows us to choose Him as He demonstrates His love for us. True love cannot be forced. His greatest desire is to redeem all of His children to Himself and that none would be separated from Him in eternity. All die. All live forever either in the presence of God or excluded from His presence.

 
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