Our Mission & Purpose

The mission of JFAM is to provide outreach ministry to those who are lost and would like to witness the healing power of God in their lives. JFAM reaches out to people who are angry, hurt, damaged by relationships with Christians and non - Christians; struggling with the bondage of drugs and alcohol, addictions; people who are incarcerated; and those who are sick and afflicted with all kinds of disease in their body, mind and spirit.

Our Beliefs

Doctrine

  • We believe the Oneness of God - that God was manifested in the flesh and dwelt among us (John 1:1-3, I Tim. 3:16)

  • We believe the virgin birth of Jesus (Matt. 1:21-25)

  • We believe Jesus Christ died on a cross for the forgiveness of our sins, was buried and rose again in three days (2 Cor. 15:3-6)

  • We believe the Apostle's Doctrine which includes, fellowship, breaking of bread, prayer & supplication (Acts 2:42)

  • We believe in order to enter the Kingdom of God you must be born again of the Water & Spirit (John 3:5)

  • We believe that all must repent and be baptized in the Name of Jesus for the forgiveness of sins (Acts 2:38)

  • We believe Jesus is the only name given among men whereby we must be saved (Acts 4:12)

  • We believe upon receiving the Spirit Baptism the evidence is speaking in tongues (Acts 2:1-4)

  • We believe in the pre-tribulation rapture (catching of the church) (I Thess. 4:13-17)

  • We believe the Day of the Lord is the Second Coming of Christ, Death and Hell will be cast into the Lake of Fire. (Rev. 20:13-15)

  • We believe the New Heaven and New Earth is to come. (Rev. 20:1)

Repentance

Is to examine one's self, become Godly sorrowful for all sins committed and turn one's life towards God. True repentance will bring about a change.

Baptism of the Water

"Baptism" in Greek is translated "Baptizo" which means "to immerse". In Hebrew, it is referred to as a "Mikveh", an "immersion". No sprinkle here.

 

It symbolizes an outward expression of a new life commitment.

Baptism of the Spirit

Speaking in other tongues as the Spirit of God gives utterance is the sign of receiving the Holy Spirit as on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2:1-4)

 

Ye shall receive power after the Holy Ghost comes upon you.. (Mark 16:17)