Our Beliefs 

What We Believe

The Godfident woman believes in the holy trinity, the word of God, salvation, the power of prayer, and a relationship with God. We believe that without these essentials, life without them is an open invitation for the negativity. We believe you can flourish out of trauma as long as you have God as your firm foundation to help you through this journey called life. 

The Trinity

We believe in God as the holy trinity which is the father, the son, and the holy spirit. We believe that it's important to rely on Christ’s sacrificial love, which reconciles us to God the Father and unites us through the fellowship of the Holy Spirit with all our fellow believers. 

See Gen 1:26; Matt 28:19, 2 Cor 13:14; 1 Jn 5:7-8; Rev 1:4

Word of God (The Bible)

We believe that the word of God is the stability of God’s wisdom that gives understanding. God’s word provides order and is the framework for living, even when under pressure from adversaries. We believe in the importance of living out the word of God. We believe that access to the word of God is a privilege, not a right. See Psalm 119: 29;89-99; Hebrew 4:12; James 1:22-25.


We believe in salvation for those who trust Christ alone to save them. We believe salvation is not a reward for the good things we have done but an expression of God’s love for us. We believe that salvation is a reception of signal favor from God, such as deliverance from great danger. See Ephesians 2:8-10; Romans 13:11-14

The Power of Prayer

We believe that prayer can change things, even when we can't see it. We believe if the situation doesn't change that there is always room for change within us. We believe through prayer, God answers and continually praying is essential if we desire to have an attitude toward the difficulties of life. See Isaiah 37:21; Romans 12:12; Eph 6:18.

Relationship with God

We believe a relationship with God is vital to the journey of life. We believe communing, fellowship, and praying are key to a relationship with God. Knowing who God is, is knowing who you are as a child of God. Believing in Christ is also key to a relationship with God. We believe that Jesus died on the cross and rose on the third day for our sins and through the resurrection, we find the faith that we will ultimately be in an eternal relationship with God.See Romans 5:8; 1 Peter 3:18; John 16:6; John 14:6; John 15:5

Identity in Christ