1 Cor 2:9 However, as it is written: “What no eye has seen, what no ear has heard, and what no human mind has conceived”— the things God has prepared for those who love him.
What We Believe
JCF uphold and affirm the following statement of fundamental truth as basis of our fellowship, guiding our conduct and faith. It may bear some resemblance to some familiar denominations but the church maintains its autonomy. Though not comprehensive the truth set forth here is held to be essential to a full gospel ministry. We believe…
The Scriptures (Bible) both Old and New Testament are verbally inspired of God
The One True God in Three Persons (Trinity), Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit
The Deity of the Lord Jesus Christ, the only begotten and eternal Son of God
The Fall of man which was created good and upright but voluntarily sinned, thereby deserving both physical death and spiritual death.
Salvation of man through the blood shed of Jesus Christ, received by grace through faith
Sanctification as an act of separation from that which is evil and of dedication unto God
The Church as the body of Christ, universally and locally; an agency of God for evangelizing the world, a corporate body in which man may worship God, and a channel to build Christ-like believers
The Holy Spirit as the third Person of the Trinity, in His interaction with man, and His coming upon the believers to empower and bestow gifts for service.
Divine healing as provided for in the atonement and is the privilege of all believers
The Blessed hope (Rapture of the church) when the Lord Jesus comes again before the Great Tribulation.
The Millennial reign of Christ on earth with the saints
The Final judgment in which the wicked dead will be raised and judged and be consigned together with the devil and his demons and false prophets to everlasting punishment in the lake of fire
Jubilee Christian Fellowship church was founded in July 1998. The first Sunday service was held in Timbers Apartment, Harlingen and led by Pastor Primitivo Pagayon. The church grew and transffered to Days Inn Hotel and bible studies were started in Harlingen and Weslaco. After prayerful considerations, the church name was named Jubilee Christian Fellowship based on Leviticus 25:10.