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Calvary Managua is committed to
assisting you in your journey to grow
in the likeness of Jesus Christ.

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At Calvary Managua, we hold firm to the belief that the key to spiritual growth lies in the study of God’s Word. When you join us, you can anticipate a dedicated focus on the Bible. We consistently teach, preach, and study the Scriptures, aiming to not only read and understand the Bible but to live its teachings in our daily lives. Our commitment centers around being a church deeply rooted in the Bible, where its principles guide our journey of faith.
Mike Booth
Mike Booth
The Bible

The Bible

At Calvary Managua, we affirm our belief in the Bible as the inspired, inerrant, and infallible Word of God. We hold that both the Old and New Testaments are complete and sufficient for guiding our faith and life. Our understanding of Scripture is grounded in the clarity of its teachings, and we approach interpretation with a commitment to considering the literal, grammatical, and historical aspects of the given text.

(2 Timothy 3:16-17, John 17:17, 2 Peter 1:20-21, Psalm 19:7-11, Jude 3)


There is one true God, existing in three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. We believe that God is all-loving, holy, just, self-existent, infinite, unchanging, transcendent, spirit, ever-present, all-knowing, all-powerful, wholly sovereign, righteous, and perfect.
(Mark 12:29, John 1:1, Deuteronomy 6:4, Leviticus 11:45, Isaiah 44:6, Malachi 3:6, 1 John 4:7, John 4:24)


Our belief centers on the understanding that Jesus is God in His very essence, having pre-existed in all His glory before His incarnation in time and space. Jesus, fully divine yet sinless, entered the world through the womb of the Virgin Mary, embracing full humanity. He willingly endured a substitutionary death on the Cross for the sins of humanity, and three days later, physically rose from the grave. Afterward, He bodily and visibly ascended back to heaven, now seated and exalted at the right hand of the Father. We anticipate His physical return to earth, where He will rightfully take His place on the throne of David. These convictions are rooted in various biblical passages, shaping our understanding of Jesus’ identity and redemptive work.
(Luke 1:34-35, 2:1-7, John 1:1, 8:58, 14:6, Colossians 1:13-18)

The Holy Spirit

We affirm the Holy Spirit as the third person of the Triune Godhead, who actively engages in various roles within the believer’s life. The Holy Spirit convicts, regenerates, indwells, baptizes, seals until the day of redemption, sanctifies, teaches, empowers, reveals, and guides into all truth. We uphold the biblical command for every Christian to be filled with the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit bestows gifts as He wills, and we believe these gifts are still valid today, meant to be utilized within Scriptural guidelines. It is our conviction that these gifts should be employed in love, contributing to the building up of the body of believers and ultimately bringing glory to God.


Our belief centers on the understanding that Man was created in the image and likeness of God. However, through the disobedience and sin of Adam and Eve, humanity fell and became separated from God. As a result, every individual is born with a sin nature, necessitating the need for redemption. This foundational belief highlights the impact of sin on the human condition and underscores the universal need for reconciliation with God through redemption.


We believe that Salvation occurs when the sinner repents and believes in the Lord Jesus Christ. That person is immediately born again and sealed by the Holy Spirit until the day of redemption, all of his sins are forgiven and he is justified, which is the act of God whereby He declares the believing sinner righteous, based on the finished work of Jesus Christ on the Cross.

(John 3:16, Ephesians 1:13-14, 2:8-9, Romans 3:24-26, 8:1)

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The Church

We hold to the belief that the universal Church is an organic body, encompassing all true believers, both living and deceased, who have been indwelt and sealed by the Holy Spirit through faith in Jesus Christ. The Church has a divine calling to worship the Lord, proclaim the Good News of Christ’s death and Resurrection to the world, make disciples, baptize believers, and teach them to adhere to sound doctrine while living a morally pure life.

(Acts 2:40-47, Romans 12:4-5, 1 Corinthians 12:12-27, Colossians 1:18)

Things to Come

Our anticipation is focused on the imminent pretribulational rapture of the church and the premillennial Second Coming of Christ. This coming event is expected to be physical, personal, and visible. This hope in Christ’s return motivates us to lead lives characterized by holiness, heartfelt worship, committed service, diligent study of God’s Word, active evangelism, and regular fellowship with one another.

(1 Thessalonians 5:1-11, 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12, Revelation 20:1-15, 22:7-17, 20-21)