The Mission of The Warrior's Cry
Unity is an interesting thought. Many churches think the idea of Christian unity means somehow giving up their own unique identity. Others get extremely competitive with other churches in their area, even going so far as to criticize other ministries, or generally withholding support. The sad thing is that we are all one Body, and the image I see in my mind as I type this is a body whose hand keeps smacking the head. Unity is a hard to swallow message, its also dangerous and scandalous.
When one church grows in our community we should be praising God on their behalf, when another one builds a new building we should show up to help with cleanup. When a church has a revival we should work the parking lot, or help set up the tent. It isn't about the building that we meet in, it's about the kingdom that building represents.
Our mission is simple:
Open a dialogue between the parts of the Body, so that we may be united in One mind and One judgement.
I believe that the Holy Bible is the infallible Word of God. This Word is without error, and upon it's authority the basis of all the beliefs I adhere to.
I believe in the Trinity; God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. This Trinity aspect of God is beyond our understanding, for we simply see in part, and there will be a time that we see in full.
I believe that Jesus is the Son of God and that He came to Earth, died for our sins, and after three days was raised to life again. This is the basis of the Good News of the Gospel of Christ. I also know that He will come again in power.
I also believe in the importance of the various sacraments such as Baptism, Communion, Baptism in the Holy Spirit, etc. I also acknowledge that every denomination performs these sacraments in different ways, and those different doctrinal ways do not merit schism, but add to the richness of the diversity of the Body of Christ.