About Us

The Salty Saints are a husband/wife team and best friends who have been serving the Lord Jesus Christ together for 14 years, and it has been an incredible journey! We are active students of His Word, we have three grown children and one sweet grandbaby that is the light of our life (and another on the way), and we own our own small business which allows us opportunities to volunteer and do ministry together, as you will hear all about on our podcast. Angela loves to write and shares poems and other insights on the blog. Will has been an ordained Pastor for 6 years but chooses to use his calling outside the walls of the church building. We are a simple husband and wife in love with our Savior, and we will always be real, open, and honest about our journey, passing on things we have learned and experienced along the way. In everything we do, we strive to glorify the name of Jesus Christ and make Him known to a world that desperately needs Him, to equip the saints to stand firm to the end, and to love everyone that God puts in our path along the way. We pray that you are uplifted and drawn closer to Christ as you spend time in our world with us.

Our Core Beliefs:

1. Scripture

The Bible is the written Word of God and is infallible in its original languages. All Scripture is profitable, contains the revelation of Christ, and is to be studied, taught, and obeyed. It is the objective standard against which all other teaching and utterance is to be measured.

2 TIM. 3:15,16; LK. 24:27,45; MT. 22:29; JN. 5:39; ACTS 17:11; ROM. 15:4

2. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

There is one God, the Creator of All things, Who has revealed Himself as God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. These three are distinctive in attributes but are one in essence and in deity.

1 JN. 5:7; MT. 28:19; JN. 14:26; 2 COR. 13:14; 1 PET. 1:2

3. The Preeminence of Christ

God’s declared will and purpose is that His Son, Jesus Christ, must have the preeminence in all things; meaning that Christ must have the first, highest, and best possible place in the position of supremacy and ascendancy over all created things.

COL. 1:18; EPH. 1:10,22; 1 COR. 15:27; PHP. 2:9-11; PS. 2:6-12;

4. Salvation

None are righteous, and none can be saved, apart from faith in Jesus Christ, Who alone is the only Way, Truth, and Life. All who call on the name of the Lord can be saved by grace, not by works, and this salvation is freely available to all who believe. Scripture declares that God desires “all” to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the Truth.

JN. 14:6; ACTS 2:21, 15:11; EPH. 2:8; ISA. 45:2; 1 TIM. 2:4

5. The Cross

There is a two-fold work of the Cross: the objective work, where Christ died for the sins of the whole world; and the subjective work, where the disciple of Jesus denies self and takes up their cross daily. “Getting saved” is the gate, but “being discipled” (i.e., growing spiritually) is the path. The first is not complete without the second.

GAL. 2:20; MT. 16:24; MK. 8:34; LK. 9:23; 1 PET. 2:2, 21

6. The Ekklesia

Jesus has called His followers to live in spiritual fellowship with Himself and with one another, and this spiritual fellowship constitutes one Body in Christ, without regard for membership, attendance, or support of any religious system, church, denomination, or movement.

MT. 16:18; ROM. 12:25; 1 COR. 12:27; EPH. 2:19-22, 4:11-16; 1 PET. 2:5

7. The Return of Christ

There will be a literal return of Christ to gather His followers to Himself, to establish His Kingdom on earth, and to judge between the righteous and the unrighteous.

JN. 14:3; 1 THESS. 4:16,17; ACTS. 1:11; MK. 24:30; MT. 26:64; JN. 5:25-29; REV. 22:12