The summary and sum of all our theological beliefs is Jesus Christ. Everything we believe—all the nuances of our doctrine—spring from knowing God through His son, Jesus. He's the reason we exist, the goal we aim for, the explanation of life. Everything we do should directly reflect this core belief: it's all about Jesus.
Good deeds have never saved anyone. And contrary to popular belief, Christians aren't “holier than thou.” We're all humans with the same needs for love and acceptance. We've found both through Jesus, and we want to help others also.
God chose people—specifically a community of people called the Church—to carry out His mission on Earth. That means the local church is meant to be God's direct expression of love and acceptance to the world, and anyone who considers themselves a Christian should be an active part of the church.
God wants to bless
We believe God prospers people so they can have enough for themselves and enough to share. We call it “prosperity with a purpose” After all, if we're broke, how can we be generous to others?