The Reformation Movement of the Church of God is a non-denominational movement affiliated with the Church of God headquartered in Anderson, Indiana. Membership is by a person having Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, and by making a commitment to the local church of your time, talents, and finances.
We are a church that is an evangelical church that considers itself a part of the Holiness movement. We consider nine fundamental doctrines essential to our faith.
We believe the miracles and events recorded in Scripture literally happened. To reject any portion of Scripture as unreliable is like changing an inch on a ruler. The entire measuring system is altered.
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. It was not an accident. Man did not accidentally evolve from lower life forms. God created man as a unique, spiritual being to be in communion with Him.
We believe that man has a sinful nature and left on his own will act upon that sinful nature. Although man does have a sinful nature, we believe he is separated from God when he chooses to disobey God.
Jesus was not just a great moral or spiritual leader, He was and is God in the flesh. (John 1:1, 14; 8:58; 14:7; 19:7; Romans 9:5; I Corinthians 15:3; I Peter 3:18)
God is a trinity: God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit. (Matthew 28:19; Luke 3:21-22; John 14:10; 2 Corinthians 13:14)
We believe Jesus was born to the virgin Mary as told in the Christmas Story found in the New Testament and prophesied in the Old Testament.
Man is separated from God when he chooses to disobey God. This separation can only be corrected through a blood sacrifice. Jesus Christ, both man and God came to die on the cross for the sins of the world.
Jesus not only died for our sins but rose from the dead on the third day.
Jesus will return to Earth to save His people and to judge the world.
Hell is a place that was originally prepared for the devil and his angels. (Revelation 20:10,15; Matthew 5:29-30)
Heaven is a place prepared for Christ and His people. (Revelation 21:1-4; John 14:1,2)