What We Believe

  • The Bible is the sovereign Word of God and every word of it can be taken as absolute truth.
  • Salvation by grace, through faith.
  • The manifestations of the gifts of the Holy Spirit for every believer in Christ.
  • Healing through laying on of hands, anointing with oil and faith in the written Word of God.
  • Importance of personal prayer, communion with others in the church
  • Sonship, meaning growing into full maturity corporately
  • Seven Mountain, meaning service in the world that includes offering godly leadership

Apostles’ Creed

We believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth; and in Jesus Christ His only son our Lord: Who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried, He descended into hell: The third day He rose from the dead He ascended into heaven, and sits at the right hand of God the Father Almighty from there He shall come to judge the quick and the dead. I believe in the Holy Ghost, the church universal, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.


We are pastored by Sharon Sarles, M.Div. M.A..  We are working under Robert Henderson’s Global Prayer and Empowerment.  We are partner with All Nations Church, pastored by  Mahesh and Bonnie Chavda. We have been accepted to be a Warrior Notes house church, so, on Saturday night, we watch a Kevin Zadai video.

Originally ordained in apostolic succession (meaning in an historical church tracing a line from the first apostles) after attending a seminary that is accredited by the South Association of Schools and Colleges. Further, this call of God has been witnessed to and blessed by recognized prophets, and impartations from R.W. Schambach, Benny Hinn, and Mahesh Chavda when he blessed the idea of starting some churches. Now we are working a little more closely with Robert Henderson simply because he is closer geographcially.

Further, we read abundant evidence of  women’s ordination in an inerrant Bible:  e.g. Isaiah 68:11, Matthew 28:10, Romans 16:3&7, Phillippians 4:3, I Tim 3:11, and then please contemplate what Hebrews 13:22 says about who wrote Hebrews. One must resort to the King James, rather than Hebrew and Greek, to arrive at the pre-conceived error that only men may preach. Think about it: do you really want to perpetuate the politics that King James injected into the Bible in order to strengthen his reign?  Therefore, henceforth, let no one trouble me as I bear in my life the marks of persecutions; I have been hated without a cause.




Discipleship and maturing

Serving single mothers

Serving young children