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statement of faith
The Bible alone is the Word of God, and is therefore perfectly true and completely authoritative in every way. There is only one God, who has always existed, and he is three persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, who are all fully God. God the Son is the Lord Jesus Christ, who was by a miracle born to a virgin. Jesus himself performed miracles as he lived a perfectly sinless life, and obeyed his heavenly Father in every thing. He suffered and died as a substitute for sinners, and was resurrected from the dead. He went up into heaven, where he sits at the right hand of his heavenly Father, until he returns in power and glory at the last day. On the last day every person who has ever lived and died will be resurrected, and will be either eternally saved or eternally punished. Sinners are saved from the eternal punishment their sins deserve only by trusting Jesus. Sinners are powerless to believe in Jesus unless the Holy Spirit changes them and gives them faith. Salvation is an undeserved gift that does not depend on what sinners do, but depends completely on what God does. Saving faith changes the way people live, and the Holy Spirit keeps working in believers to make them live more and more in line with what God has revealed in his Word, the Bible. Everyone who is united to Jesus by faith is united to each other as a part of his body, the church.
New City Christian School serves kindergarten through 5th grade students from various racial, cultural, and economic backgrounds. New City equips students with the knowledge, confidence, and hope to fulfill God's purposes in their lives and community. We accomplish this goal by providing a strong foundation in academic, spiritual, and relational growth. Ultimately through Christ our Savior and Redeemer, with our families, students, staff, and New City initiatives, we hope to reduce the educational gap and cultural divisions within the greater Asheville community.