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  • This FAQ is biased. It reflects this body of believers Christian beliefs, reverence for God, and a great respect for God's Holy Word, the Bible. We believe that the Holy Bible was inspired by God, who had His servants speak, write, and preserve His word. The Bible reflects the style of the many people involved, but it is from God, and should be respected as such.
  • This FAQ is also incomplete, and may contain typos or other errors. If you have a suggestion for improving it, please email us @ jccmissions@gmail.com or vianneymuhwezi@yahoo.com or heatheruk@hotmail.com 

 Q: What is the Holy Bible?

A: The Holy Bible is God's written word to mankind. It has been written over thousands of years by many people under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, and miraculously preserved until today. There are many ancient documents, but those in the Holy Bible are of great importance to Jews and Christians, because they explain the way to fellowship with God and the way to live.

Q: What is in the Bible?

A: The Holy Bible is a collection of books.

These are arranged in the Old Testament (before Jesus Christ) and New Testament.

1.     The Old Testament (OLD TESTAMENT ~ TANAKH) consists of these main sections:

§  The Law (Torah), called the 5 Books of Moses: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. These tell about creation, the patriarchs, the miraculous way that God broke the children of Israel out of slavery in Egypt, and more.
§  History: these tell how God has intervened, interacted, and taught people through history. God's mixture of justice, mercy, and love are clearly seen in these books.
§  Wisdom literature (Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Songs), also called the poetic books include prayers, great wisdom, and some prophesy. Many of the things written in the Psalms were fulfilled by Jesus, the Messiah. The history and wisdom literature books combined are referred to as "The Writings" (Kethuvim).
§  The Prophets (Nevi'im). These contain God's Word to His people, both in terms of current activities and in predicting future events.

2.     The New Testament (NEW CONVENANT ~ B'RIYT HAHHADASHA) consists of 4 sections:

§  The Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) tell about Jesus' life and teaching.

§  Acts records the history of the early church and some of the miracles done by the Holy Spirit.

§  The Letters (also called the Epistles) contain important teaching for those who follow Jesus Christ.

§  Revelation is a book of prophesy that tells about what is going to happen, as well as sending some warning messages to the current assemblies of Christians.


Q: Why does your church exist?

We exist because there are those that are hungry for the reality of the fullness of God. There is a reality of God’s abiding presence that is not found in production value but rather the Truth of the doctrine of the Apostles as revealed by the Holy Spirit in power.

Q: How is “salvation” taught to believers at your church?

Salvation is taught as the scripture teaches; Acts 16:30-32 and he brought them out and said, “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” So they said, “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved, you and your household.” (See also Acts 2:37-39, Romans 10:8-13, and II Corinthians 5:17) 

Q: Do you teach the Baptism of the Holy Spirit?

Yes! The Holy Spirit is the life of the Church and the very power of God within those that believe. We believe in the baptism of the Holy Spirit with the initial evidence of speaking in tongues. After, we believe in a life empowered by the Holy Spirit to live for God in the fullness of Sonship through Jesus. (See Acts 2:1-4, 10:44-47, 13:52, 19:16; Ephesians 5:8-20)

Q: Do Believer’s believe in healing and in the gifts of the Holy Spirit?

Fully and completely! We believe that there is healing in Christ for those that believe. (See Isaiah 53, Matthew 8:16-17, Luke 4:17-21, I Peter 2:24) We believe not only in the gifts of the Holy Spirit to serve the Church, (See 1 Corinthians 12:4-11, 27-28) but also in the gifts of the Spirit to lead the Church. (See Ephesians 4:7-16

Q: Is there worship for Believer’s today at your church?

Yes! There is the worship fueled by lives given to Christ that results in continual praise toward our heavenly Father. Our praise style is neither traditional nor contemporary. Our focus in praise is to honor God, not man. True praise is beyond style, it is a matter of love. (See John 4:24 and Hebrews 13:15 -16)

Q: Is there liberty for Believer’s at your gatherings?

There is freedom in the Spirit! He is the Spirit of liberty. Yet all must be done decently and in order as the Word commands. You are free to worship in freedom. You are free to exercise the gifts of the Spirit that you may have, but all in accordance with 1 Corinthians 14:26-39. We seek the will of the Holy Spirit, not the exaltation of individuals.

Q: Do you teach freedom in Christ or church rules?

The Word of God is the rule of the Church. We are set free for freedom, not bondage. (See Galatians 5:1, I Corinthians 6:9-12) We live by the law of love as we follow the Holy Spirit. (1 Corinthians 11:31-33) 

Q: What does your church teach about giving?

Believer’s love to give. We give out of a cheerful heart, confident of blessing, and without fear of condemnation. (See Genesis 14:18-20, Luke 6:38, II Corinthians 9:6-15, Galatians 2:10, Philippians 4:14-20, 1 John 3:16-17) Many begin with the tithes, (when we speak of tithing or giving a tenth, we base it on the offering of Abraham to Melchizedek and not on the requirements or curses of the Law), but all giving is strictly as the Lord leads, on a voluntary basis, and is only between each one and the Lord.  DONATE TODAY!


Q: Does Our Youth Ministry staff make recommendations to kids about which church to attend?    

A: Our Youth Ministry values the role that churches can play in kids' lives. Our Youth Ministry staff and leaders are committed followers of Jesus Christ, and we encourage kids to become involved in this local church that their families attend and to respect the faith traditions of their families when it comes to denominational issues. If their families are not connected with a church, we offer a much needed safe haven of rest for all GOD’s children. If the family already attends our church, all children are encouraged to attend there as well.

Q: What should parents say when their kid tells them he’s been to Our Youth Ministry club during the week and now he doesn’t need to go to church on Sunday?    

A: We try to make it clear to kids that Our Youth Ministry is not a substitute for their local church. Our emphasis in Our Youth Ministry is reaching out to kids with the Gospel, introducing them to Christ and helping them to grow in that relationship. While Our Youth Ministry is officially connected to our church, we believe church is a very important part of nurturing a relationship with Christ and we encourage kids to live connected to the body of Christ by being an active member of a local congregation. The church provides ministries in the life of a young believer.