The mission of Spirit of Life Bible Church is to be examples of God's unconditional love to all people (I Timothy 4:12). We will love the Lord with all our heart, soul, mind and strength and demonstrate this by loving, serving, and teaching with integrity the truth of God's Word (Deuteronomy 6:5). It is our sincere desire to fulfill God's divine purpose in this community and in our lives (II Corinthians 5:19).
The vision of Spirit of Life Bible Church is to be a church where...
...everyone feels welcome and can participate in an atmosphere that facilitates growth in each person's relationship with Jesus Christ
...children will be treated with utmost respect and be given a spiritual foundation through our children's ministries
...young and old will be given the fundamental truths of the Word of God through Bible studies, cell groups, youth activities, and vibrant God-directed worship services.
Fifteen adults met in August 2001 with the vision of fulfilling the ultimate purpose of a church body: seeing people saved, reaching the lost with the Gospel, and experiencing and witnessing miracles and the power of God.
This handful of people started conducting church services in homes in September 2001 and was incorporated as Spirit of Life Bible Church on October 3, 2001. Spirit of Life enjoyed five years of growth at 1890 Wooddale Drive in Woodbury before moving to its present location at 690 Commerce Drive, Woodbury.
Statement of Faith
We believe that Jesus Christ is the only true God, and He is an absolute one. We affirm our belief in the inspiration, inerrancy, and infallibility of the Word of God in the original text and as given to us in the Holy Bible. The Scriptures are our rule of faith, source of doctrine, and ultimate authority in all matters pertaining to the temporal and spiritual affairs of this assembly. We believe in, teach, and live the doctrine once delivered to the Apostles, through Jesus Christ. We believe that salvation is by grace through faith in Jesus Christ and that we follow the Biblical command to repent, be baptized by immersion in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and the infilling of the Holy Spirit speaking with other tongues as the Spirit gives utterance. We believe that the doctrine of Salvation was announced in the Gospels, described and experienced in Acts, and demonstrated with grace and love in the Epistles. This doctrine is summarized in Acts 2:38.