Located in Fayetteville, Georgia
A Church Dedicated to Christian Monotheism
For there is one God, and one mediator also between God and men,
the man Christ Jesus...I Tim. 2:5
--Who is God?
We meet together each week to diligently study the scriptures so
that we may learn the answers to the important questions in life--
--Who is Jesus?
the Holy Spirit?
--What is God's purpose and plan for us and the world?
--What happens to us when we die?
--What is "the gospel?"
Our format has changed. We
are live streaming video and audio via Google/Youtube; and in order to "chat," we have a separate site. You
will have to have both of them open on your computer at the same time to see and hear the message and be able to make comments
and ask questions.
We begin at 10:30 EST each Sunday morning.
We believe that "there is one God, the Father," besides
whom there is no God (1 Cor. 8:6). He has existed eternally, with no beginning and no end. He is the Father of Jesus (John
20:17). He alone created the heavens and earth and sustains them (Isa. 44:24). He answers our prayers, and fills believers with
His holy spirit. The Father is "the only true God" (John 17:3).
We believe that the Bible contains the divinely inspired words of God.
The combined sixty-six books outline the divine plan that He has laid out for humankind.
that there is one Lord Jesus Messiah (I Cor. 8:6). He is God's Son and the prophesied Messiah (Matt. 1:1; 16:16) He was
born of a virgin, and for that reason he is the Son of God (Luke 1:35). He is the fulfillment of the divine plan of God. He
was a unique human being who lived a sinless life. He bore the penalty for our sins and was crucified in our place.
He was raised from the dead by God the Father and thereby became immortal. After visibly appearing to several of his
followers after his resurrection, he ascended to the heavens and sat down at the right hand of God (Psalm 110:1). He currently
awaits the "restoration of all things" when he will return to take up rulership over the world (Acts 3:21).
believe that through the Gospel we can become spiritual brothers and sisters of Jesus, who calls
us to be teachers and rulers in his coming Kingdom. This is the destiny and purpose of all humans who accept the sacrifice
of the Messiah for the remission of their sins; believe and obey the Gospel of the Kingdom; who die spiritually with Christ
in baptism, and live a spirit-filled life of faith, love, hope, prayer, and walking in the teachings of Messiah.
We believe that after
the time of the great tribulation on earth (the "end time") Jesus will return from his position at the right hand
of God and will descend to earth with the blast of a trumpet. At that time all the dead in Christ will rise
to meet him, along with those believers who are still alive at the time. They will be instantly transformed, given new
bodies, and will escort Jesus as he makes his way to the earth. A great battle will ensue at that time--where Christ Jesus
will vanquish the Anti-christ who will be making war with the saints and the returning Savior. The Messiah Jesus will
triumph, and will be crowned the King of God's Kingdom.
believe this Kingdom will be on a renewed earth, not in heaven. It is the reward of those
who accept the Gospel of the Kingdom and the death and resurrection of Jesus. This Kingdom will be a thousand-year era
of peace and tranquility, ruled by Jesus with those believers who have been immortalized at his coming. There will be
a reduced number of surviving mortals on earth. These are among those whom the believers will teach and lead to Christ
and the peace of God in the Kingdom.
there is a Devil, namely Satan, who hates God, deceives human beings, and is the "adversary" of Jesus and all things
good. Satan is influencing world events and individuals (Rev. 12:9) and will give power to the Anti-christ to fight
against Jesus in the end times. Once Jesus is triumphant, Satan will be bound for the thousand-year reign of Christ.
We believe that at
death, a person becomes lifeless and without consciousness. Those who qualify to be in God's Kingdom as "kings
and priests" (Rev.5:9-10) will come back to life at the sounding of the last trumpet, when Christ is coming back to earth
from his heavenly throne. This is the "first resurrection" of the saints as spoken of in I Cor.15:23.
At that time, believers will "put on immortality."
We believe that Christ preached
this message while he lived and walked on earth, as did Paul and all the apostles. We believe it is the duty and responsibility
of all believers in Christ to not only believe him and his message, but to obey it and announce it to others.
that this message, the GOOD NEWS OF GOD'S KINGDOM AND HOW WE CAN BE
PART OF IT, IS THE BASIS OF "THE GOSPEL."
We do NOT believe the following:
- --that human beings possess inherently an "immortal
soul" that lives on after we die;
--that Christians will be raptured up to heaven before the great tribulation;
--that the reward of the saved is to go to heaven;
--that the punishment
of the unsaved wicked is eternal torment in hellfire;
--that the Son of God existed before he began to exist;
once you are saved you are always saved.
We meet on Sundays at 10:30 am EST in Fayetteville, Georgia the first 3 Sundays of the month. On the 4th Sunday of each
month, we meet at a home in Mableton (Cobb County) Georgia. Visitors are welcomed. Our meetings are informal, with a
little music, share & prayer time, followed by scriptural teaching and group discussion.
For Information on church location,
Our teacher/elder is Anthony Buzzard,
who was born in Surrey, England and educated at Oxford University and later
at Bethany Theological Seminary. He holds master’s degrees in theology and modern languages. Retiring after 24 years
on the staff of Atlanta Bible College, Anthony
continues to write, teach and travel, fulfilling a life-long desire to make the best of Bible scholarship available to the
wider churchgoing public. He serves as co-editor of A Journal From the Radical Reformation, and publishes a monthly newsletter called Focus on the Kingdom.
He has authored many books on biblical topics-- what happens when we
die, the fallacy of the doctrine of the trinity, who is Jesus, what the Kingdom of God will be like, and much more.
He is fluent in several languages, and teaches Biblical Greek and Hebrew.
His theological articles can be
found on his "Restoration Fellowship/Focus on the Kingdom" website, linked below:
For more information about Anthony Buzzard's theological teachings, "Restoration Fellowship," his non-profit organization,
and to read scriptural articles and view video clips, click here.
•We receive comments and questions
from brothers and sisters around the world who are searching for Biblical truth. The following is an example:
Hello. I am 54 and have been a Christian for 36 years. I have always had doubts about
the Trinity, which at one point in my life lead me to study with Jehovah's Witnesses. I eventually quit because
I had a problem with their dependence on their literature, rather than the Bible. For many years now, I have gone
to a non-denominational church, but the nagging doubt about the Trinity and some other doctrines have never left me.
I came across your articles and videos online and have been so happy to find that
there are others, besides JWs that don't believe in the Trinity. I have 2 questions: could you give me some reasons
that you believe that JWs don't have the truth? Even though I've had questions about JWs, I still wonder if
was wrong about them, I would like to put those doubts to rest.