Our Baptist Principles
- The Bible is our supreme authority regarding faith…
- The church must be a community of believers.
- The Baptism of believers is through immersion.
- The priesthood of every believer.
- Individual freedom of choosing.
- The autonomy of the local church.
- The separation of the Church from the State.
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE J-AEBECI
Youth coming from Bible Groups of Collegians (BGC) felt 25 octobre 1975, a great thirst for gathering together in a movement calledUNEY (Union of Northern Evangelical Youth).The 8 November 1975, the proposal was favorably accepted by the Association of Northern Baptist Churches (A.N.B.C)–read more–
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE AFEBECI
The AFEBECI has thousands of fighters for the reason of Christ in Côte d’Ivoire. Engaged by women’s sides, the AFEBECI is in charge of ensuring the supervision of women as far as their spiritual, familial, social, and physical conditions are concerned. Mrs Gniminni Ouattara, National President and her office are not short of initiatives: in addition to the ongoing construction of a socio-educational complex in Bouaké, other major projects are the assets of the AFEBECI. –read more–
Today is the happiest day of my life. But before I get there, the way was sometimes hard and sometimes easy, sometimes joyful and pleasant, other times sad and boring ... But I can say that the game was worth a candle because of the final reward. I want to share this with you in the simplest terms.
Since I was baptized, Jesus has continued to pursue me, walking in front of me or beside me. The books entitled "Pour le bonheur des Miens, j'ai choisi Jésus"; which literally means that "For the happiness of My Family, I Have Chosen Jesus" give me good moments of reflection and meditation that help me greet my divine Spouse during my visit to the Blessed Sacrament. The style is simple and concrete. The messages are like parables, the way Jesus Himself taught His apostles and we can put them into practice in everyday life. The Lord wants our good; He does not want us no trouble ...
As far as I can remember, it is during the pre-adolescence that I asked myself some existential questions of life, namely "Why am I on earth? "Or" Is all thing lawful? What are the limits not to cross? "I wondered how far I could go on doing evil, because after all, nobody sees us doing it; all thing is possible then anything can happen. I was therefore already aware that the man could do harm without being disturbed and that there was no possible justice.