Truly, CCM believes that the Bible is God’s Word in all matters of faith and also practice. First, It is divinely inspired and then infallible authoritative rule of conduct.

Baptism by immersion is practiced as an ordinance that was commanded by Christ for those who have been preached to and equally important accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.

Baptism is understood as an outward sign of an inward change. Indeed the change from being dead in sin to being alive in Christ.

Furthermore, as an ordinance, communion is also practiced. Equally important.

We believe that the elements that are partaken are symbols that express the sharing of the divine nature of Jesus Our Lord.

Indeed a memorial of His suffering and also death; and a prophecy of His second coming.

RCF also places a strong emphasis on the fulfillment of the Great Commission and it believes that this is the calling of the church.  In brief, that is why it has made every effort to plant more church branches.

Cross centered ministries belief

As Pentecostals, the RCM believes that all Christians are entitled to and also should seek baptism in the Holy Spirit. In fact, this experience is distinct from and subsequent to the experience of salvation. The baptism in the Holy Spirit empowers the believer for Christian life and also service. The initial evidence of the baptism in the Holy Spirit is speaking in tongues “as the Spirit gives utterance” (Acts 2:4), It also believes in the present-day use of other spiritual gifts such as divine healing.


As similar as some views of God may be, building a relationship with God is a quest an individual must take for oneself. This personal quest does not necessarily mean Christianity, any of the Abrahamic faiths, or any other particular religion. Believing in God means believing in a higher power. Here are some things to consider as you search for faith in God.

 1. Having  Faith

Knowing of God has more to do with the heart than with objects. love air and gravity.

The belief you form through faith and in a Higher Power than yourself does not just happen.

You do not wake up one morning, brush your teeth, and say, “today I am going to believe in God. Today I am going to have faith”. Something has to happen for you to need and to seek out that faith.

If you approach faith from this premise, then you will see that believing in God is about reflecting on the impact He has on you and on others.

2. Learning about God

Talk to people who believe in God. 

Maybe someone you know has a well-founded relationship with God. Talk to him or her about why and how faith is so strong.

Ask questions. “Why do you believe in God?” “What makes you sure that God is there?” “Why should I believe in God?”

These are all questions that a friend might have a unique insight to. Remember to be respectful and ask questions in a curious but non-aggressive manner.

3. Being Active in the Community

Believing in a higher power means shifting the emphasis off yourself. Helping others is a great opportunity to look at your life from a different perspective. Interacting with others who are less fortunate often helps you appreciate things you take for granted in your life.

Basic things like having shelter, eating food, or being able to sleep soundly are luxuries that some don’t have. These are all things that you can thank God for and can help you believe God is looking out for you.