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There is only one God, who is the creator of everything that exists. God being one, is in three persons: The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit. It is infinite, immutable, eternal, omniscient, omnipresent, it is love, it is holy, it is just and merciful.



She is the word of God, inspired by Him and revealed to man for the salvation of his soul, she is useful to teach and instruct in justice so that the man of God is perfect and prepared for every good work.



He is the son of God, his conception was virginal, he became a man to save man, in him there are two natures: The Divine and the Human, he is true and perfect. He died on the cross to redeem man from his sins, he descended to the lowest places on earth where he was in Hades, he rose again on the third day to sit at the right hand of the Father from where he intercedes for us.



He is God, sent from the Father to beget believers and dwell in them, he is the Vicar of Christ and was left on earth to be the comforter of the Church until she returns to the Father's abode.



God is sovereign and loving, he created man and having seen his sin, decided to save him by giving his son as a ransom through death on the cross, this ransom is received by grace, man cannot do anything to achieve it. it is a divine gift.



This integrates the disciple into the Body of Christ, identifies him with his death and resurrection. It is for everyone who has believed and repented of their sins.



They are the training of the saints for the work of the ministry, for the edification of the Body of Christ until we reach the unity of faith, and the knowledge of the Son of God. So that we may be men of full maturity and reach the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.


He was created by God as an angel of light, but he fell into the sin of rebellion against God, for that reason he lost his state of holiness and became a fallen being, with that nature he is allowed to tempt man to test his faith and obedience bye Bye. He will be thrown into the lake that burns with fire and brimstone after the final judgment.



The law was given to men through Moses on Mount Sinai, it contains the statutes, precepts and ordinances that he should comply with. There are blessings for those who fulfill it and a curse for those who violate it. Grace was revealed by God to men through Jesus Christ and his Apostles, to show the exact form of life that the children of God should lead on earth, it does not eliminate the law but rather the power making it an internal and personal law. .


It is one, made up of true believers from anywhere in the world, without distinction of race or sex, economic, cultural or denominational position.


It is the promise of Jesus Christ for his Church, he will come for her and she will be caught up to heaven to be with the Lord forever.


Worship is the highest expression that man can give to God, who is worthy of all glory. Worship is the recognition of his deity and God is the only one we must worship in spirit and truth.


It is the service that the Christian can give to his neighbor no matter what the latter believes. Works do not save; no one will enter heaven by works but no believer should have arrived without them.


Every believer is a citizen of some nation, so he has rights and responsibilities to fulfill with his nation.


It is a transgression of the Word and the will of God, causing man to degrade himself in all his areas. Only Jesus Christ can forgive you.


It is a divine act by which God will raise all the dead bodily. Furthermore, the saved will receive eternal life in Christ and the unbelievers will go to eternal perdition.


One function of the five ministries is to teach God's people the doctrine, the way of life they learned from the Lord Jesus Christ. These gifts in the form of men typify the mighty hand of God moving through: apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers, under which we must humble ourselves and then be exalted in due time (1 Peter 5: 6).

In Ephesians 4:12, it says that the five ministries train the saints for the work of the ministry and for the edification of the body of Christ, that is, the saints are enabled to edify together with the ministries. The mission of the five ministries is to uproot, tear down, destroy and overthrow every work of darkness in our life (Jer. 1:10), and then build and plant on the foundation that is Christ.

Our Ministry believes, operates and flows strongly through the above described; and we have developed a wonderful move on the part of God and it has made a difference in the Northwest region of the United States as a Church ministering in an apostolic dimension. Here are some of the characteristics of the five ministries.



• They plant churches (Acts 8:14).
• They have revelation of doctrine and mysteries (2 Cor. 12: 1-7, Eph. 3: 5).
• They have sufferings for the cause of Christ (2 Cor. 11: 23-27).
• Establish doctrine (Acts 2:42).
• They have powerful works (2 Cor. 12:12, Acts 2:43, 5:12).
• They preach the gospel of grace, possess a scepter of authority and government (Jer. 1:10).
• The function of the ministry moves in the Holy and Holy of Holies.


• They lay the foundation for doctrine (Eph. 2:20).
• Receive commandments from the Lord through the Holy Spirit (Acts 1: 2).
• They give commandments (2 Pe. 3: 2).
• They have authority from God to send ministers (Acts 6: 6).
• They send apostolic delegations to the churches (Acts 15:22).
• Visit, supervise, and confirm churches. (Acts 15: 36,41; 16: 5).
• They are parents of the soul. (1 Cor. 4:15), when they exercise a pastoral function (2 Cor. 12:14).



• They have the authority to forgive (Mt. 9: 5-8).
• They subject themselves to an apostle or the pastor where they congregate.
• The function of the ministry moves in the Holy and Holy of Holies.


• They receive revelation of mysteries just like the apostles (Eph. 3: 5).
• They predict future events (Acts 11: 27-28).
• They exhort and comfort the church (Acts 15:32).
• God tells them what He is going to do before carrying it out (Rev. 10: 7).
• They prophesy judgments of God (Rev. 11: 6).



• They have the authority to teach (Mt. 7:29).
• His rod is a scribe's awl that serves to engrave the law of God in the hearts of the people (Ezekiel 37:16).
• They are those who explain the mysteries of God in a simple way.
• The role of the teacher moves in the Holy place.


• They are those who make disciples (Mt. 28:19).
• They teach (Mt. 6: 2).
• Trace doctrine well (Acts 5:28).
• They teach Biblical principles (1 Tim. 6: 1-2).
• They teach elementary principles (milk) and food (Heb 5:12).
• They teach to discern doctrine (Mt. 16:12; Mark 12:38).
• Explain written prophecy (Acts 1: 20-22).
• They learn the doctrine that God sends through the apostle (2 Tim. 3:10).
• Teach, rebuke, correct, instruct in righteousness (2 Tim. 4: 3).
• They open their ears to hear sound doctrine (2 Tim. 4: 3).



• They give their life for the sheep.
• They have the authority to watch and care (Mark 13:34).
• They are after God's own heart (Jer 3:15).
• They have a rod of authority to correct sheep, but they also have a shepherd staff (Ps 23).
• The function of the ministry moves in the atrium and Holy Place.


• Have compassion for the sheep (Mt. 9:36).
• They keep the flock together (Mt. 26:31).
• They teach the sheep. (Mk 6:34; 16: 34-37).
• They take care of the sheep from the evil one (John 10:12).
• They feed the flock (1 Pet. 5: 2).
• They feed and shepherd lambs and sheep (John 21: 15-17).
• They lead the sheep to places of pasture and rest (Ps. 23: 1-2).
• They restore the soul of the sheep and guide them in the paths of righteousness (Ps. 23: 3).



• They announce the Good News (Acts 8:12).
• They have the authority to cast out demons and heal the sick (Mt. 10: 1).
• They have a love for lost souls.
• Wherever they go, they preach the gospel (Acts 8:40).
• The function of the ministry moves in the atrium.


• They perform wonders and signs that confirm the Word (Acts 6: 8).
• They bear witness to Jesus (Acts 6: 9-10).
• Show with the scriptures that Jesus is the Christ (Acts 7: 52-53).
• The Holy Spirit through them makes sinners see their sin and calls them to repentance (Acts 7: 52-53).
• They carry out evangelistic campaigns (mass evangelism) (Acts 8: 4)
• They do personal evangelism (Acts 8:27).
• They lead converts to water baptism (Acts 8:12).
• They go through villages and towns preaching the good news (Acts 8:40)

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