Our roots is Christianity.
Our Faith relaying only on God's Word.
We support all Christians faith Confessions.
Church with the name ‘’Dēleski Ģimena’’ was started in the year 2009 in Barnsley England.
Today the Church ‘’Dēleski Ģimena’’ is a big and friendly family,
In which each person has a different past, but they are united in the Love of Christ, With one future goal and wish as to live a true and worthy Christian life. In teaching the Church relays on nothing but the absolute true word of God - Bible. Completely accepting well known Christian belief truths and core values.
We stand upon the 66 Bible book canon, which doesn't include apocrypha. Bible certain moral standards. The old testament 10 commandments and new testament love testament we see as unchanging Christian person's life norm. We Believe in one and only Body of Jesus Christ through centuries. Admitting that comparing to a living organism, it can't be static and completely unchanged. The Church must grow and needs to evolve, following Jesus Christ as a good Shepard, without ignoring human development and knowing - that God's principals remain unchanged, methods what He uses today are different compared to the one's used it the past. We believe that biggest miracle is a person's birth from above or in others words going from death into life, and what they go through when they open up their hearts to Christ as their Lord and Saviour.
Our practise does not involve baptising adults or infants, but only the person who is able to make their own decision, the person who has surrendered in faith to Christ. The baptising is then completed in complete putting under water guided by the way that the Church practised it in the first times of Christianity. The Bible used in the Greek Language the word (baptizo) as a foundation of the word reflects the wrapped Christian symbol of death to the old life; fellowship with Christ in his death, the burial as well as his resurrection into a new life.
We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life.
Baptism in the Holy Spirit and Speaking in Tongues
Was given to us in the day of the Pentecost, it was a promise from the Father, which came to pass after the resurrection of Christ, so that it may strengthen the Church, in action when preaching the Good News all over the world, strengthening prayers and signs for the unbelievers.