Liberty Baptist Church is a King James Bible believing, gospel preaching, premillennial, pre-tribulation rapture, soul winning, missions-minded, independent, Baptist church.

Church is about pleasing and glorifying our Lord Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 10:31; Revelation 4:10-11). It is not about adapting to the social whims of society (Romans 12:2).

Our Mission

Our mission is to win the lost, edify the saints, and glorify the Savior (Matthew 28:18-20).

Modern versions of the Holy Bible

We believe the King James Bible that we hold in our hands from cover to cover without apology or excuse. Rather than correct the Bible, we let it correct us. New versions are not the same. They change names, numbers, prophecies, and key doctrines. We serve “the Son of God,” not “a son of the gods” (Daniel 3:25), and there is a difference.


Salvation is by grace through faith in the finished work of Christ (Ephesians 2:8-9). The gospel is “that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures” (1 Corinthians 15:3-4).

Hyper-Calvinism & Other

We reject Hyper-Calvinism and its teachings of total inability, unconditional election, limited atonement, and irresistible grace as unscriptural.

We reject replacement theology. The church has not replaced Israel. Many prophecies related to the Jews and their land are yet to be fulfilled.

We reject ecumenicalism, the emergent church movement, and the modern charismatic movement.

Manner of Ministry

Leading by example

The pastor is NOT to be a dictator (1 Peter 5:1-3). Sheep are to be led.

It should also be mentioned that the pastor is not a pope or a secondary Savior. When people start quoting a man rather than the Scriptures, something is wrong. Faithful pastors should be honored, but not worshipped.

Visiting people

The pastor visits people, not houses. He does not care about the condition or contents of a house (as in your movies, etc.). He is not interested in being an inspector. He preaches the truth and trusts the Holy Spirit to deal with anything that is not right. A visit is to see a person and minister to them.


The Scripture teaches modesty. That is what we preach and practice. However, we do not run off our guests because they do not meet someone’s standards.

Open and honest

We try to communicate and keep people informed. An informed people is a happy people. Bank statements which show copies of all the cleared checks as well as the transactions are posted in the church for everyone to see. The church’s monthly financial statement lists every check and transaction. Church is not a secret society. We want members to know, not think or hope, that everything is above board.

Immorality among the leadership

We are not tolerant of fornication, adultery, pornography, pedophilia, extortion, etc. among church leadership. This is way too common these days.

  • God established the home, the church, and civil government. Each should operate in its God given role. There are clearly things that fall under church discipline (1 Corinthians 5). However, there are clearly things that do not.
  • We teach that a God given role of government is to punish crimes (Romans 13:1-4; Genesis 9:6). Crimes are defined as causing harm to someone’s person or property. For example if someone committed a murder, it would be unimaginable that one would not call law enforcement. The same is true with crimes such as child molestation, which is not a matter for the church to handle, but a serious crime. In such cases call the police.

Religious politics

We are against religious politics. This would include covering up gross moral sin contrary to the commands of Holy Scripture “for the good of the church.” The goal in such instances should be confession and restoration to fellowship, not covering it up, running off victims, and allowing the sin to continue. Religious politics would also include lying or deliberately misleading people in general.

Rock music and new age music

Music has a culture. Rock music (regardless of whether you add a Christian label or not) has a culture of rebellion and immorality. This is contrary to the working of the Holy Spirit (Romans 8:6-8; Galatians 5:16-26).

Music is not neutral, it is spiritual. David played the right music with his harp with no words and the evil spirit departed from King Saul (1 Samuel 16:23). The right words should be accompanied with the right kind of music.

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