What We Believe

"What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us." - A.W. Tozer

Core Beliefs About Church

The following are the core beliefs of how we at the Revival Church believe we need to operate as a church body. 

Bible Teaching

A pastor once said, "ice cream sundays taste great, but you'll never grow if that's all you eat." While we believe that sermons can be fun and engaging, if we aren't learning the Word of God, we'll never grow. This is why every week we teach chapter by chapter and verse by verse through the entire Bible. We want to know what we believe and why we believe it.


We believe that God has inspired many believers over the centuries to compose wonderful worship music. This is why we sing all types of worship songs at our services; from hymns to country gospel-- from Keith Green to Chris Tomlin. We believe that great worship music is found both on the radio and in the hymnal.

Spirit Filled

‘Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit,’ Says the Lord (Zechariah 4:6) We know that without the power of the Holy Spirit working in us, all that we do will be for nothing. We seek and desire His gifts in our lives and also believe that the Word of God gives us practical guidance on how those gifts are to be used; both in and out of the church service.


"For My house shall be called a house of prayer" (Isaiah 56:7) Every great revival, from the day of Pentecost to the Great Awakenings, has begun in a prayer meeting. We meet before Sunday mornings for prayer, during closing worship on Sunday nights, and have a special prayer meeting on Wednesdays where we ask God to pour out His Spirit and bless His people.

Family Focused

Church truly begins in the home and the Bible teaches us that the better we understand marriage and parenting, the better we can understand our relationship with Him. (I.e. Ephesians 5 & Hebrews 12) This is why we often include a lot of practical, biblical, marriage and parenting advice in our messages. We also emphasize teaching the Bible to the children in their classes, so both parent and child can grow together.

Seeking Revival

We are a church that seeks revival. What is revival? R.A. Torrey may have said it best, "A revival is a time when God visits His people, and, by the power of His Spirit imparts new life to them, and through them imparts life to sinners dead in trespasses and sins.
New life from God - that is revival!"

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