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finding Jesus on the road to salvation...

We are delighted to offer you the opportunity to find a Savior. Whether you have wandered off the path or are new to inviting Jesus into your life, there's no need to stress. We warmly invite you to open your heart to Jesus today - no preparation required! We sincerely hope this will be a life-changing experience for you. 

All Have Sinned.

For all have sinned and fall short of the Glory of God. (Romans 3:23). You don’t need to wait, get perfect, or do anything but come as you are exactly where you are! Defeated, backslidden, uncertain, addicted, unbelieving, mentally unstable, etc. As it is written: “There is none righteous, no, not one; (Romans 3:10)

For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son (Jesus) so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish (John 3:16), but have eternal life. Jesus wants you to grab His hand and close your eyes. He is the way, the truth, and the life, no one can approach the Father, but through Him (John 14:6).

Admit That You Are a Sinner:

For the wages of sin are death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord. (Romans 6:23)

Take a breath in deeply, and release it, because Jesus' ultimate sacrifice was for your healing, deliverance, and spiritual freedom.

 

Say This Prayer:

Heavenly Father,

I know that I’ve sinned against You. I realize that the penalty for sin is death. Thank you for sending Your Son, Jesus, to die, shedding His own blood on the cross in my place so that I could receive His righteousness by faith. I now confess my sins to You and ask for Your forgiveness. I believe that Jesus died and God raised Him from the dead so that I can be forgiven and live eternally with Him (Rom 10:9-11). Here and now, I surrender my life, my plans, and my goals to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. By God’s strength, I will seek to share what God has done in my life with each opportunity God brings my way.

Through this confession, you are saved! Therefore if anyone is in Christ, this person is a new creation; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come. (2 Corinthians 5:17)

I received Christ in my heart!
is that it?  

Nope. Your journey as a follower (disciple) of Jesus Christ has just begun. A newborn baby needs nourishment and care to grow, so you will need to seek God’s Word, the Bible, to learn and grow in your faith. You should also seek out a church (a group of other believers in Jesus Christ) that believes and teaches the unchangeable Word of God. There you find support and encouragement as your faith grows. There will be battles ahead, but you will not have to fight alone. Let us know that you have prayed this prayer and how we can pray for you!


1. Deepening your understanding of faith:

  • Bible Study: We encourage you to read the Bible daily, even if it’s just a few verses. There are many beginner-friendly Bible study plans available online or in bookstores. Lastly, we suggest joining a Bible study group at a local church.

  • Biblically Sound Books and resources: We recommend books and resources that explore Christian faith and practices, written by respected authors or based on scripture.

  • Church sermons and podcasts: Listening to sermons or podcasts, such as Under the Influence of Christ™ by Christian leaders, can provide valuable insights and inspiration.

2. Building a relationship with God:

  • Prayer: Develop a daily prayer life. This can be as simple as talking to God about your day, needs, and feelings. 

  • Worship: Attending church services or participating in worship gatherings can be a powerful way to connect with God and other believers.

  • Spending time in nature: Many find it helps them feel closer to God and experience His peace.

3. Connecting with the Christian Community:

  • Church Membership: Consider joining a Bible-based church with community involvement. This can provide a sense of belonging and support on your faith journey.

  • Small Groups: Join a small group within your church. This is a smaller setting where you can connect with other believers on a deeper level and receive mentorship.

  • Serving: Find opportunities to serve others in the church or community. This can be a successful way to put your faith into action and make a difference.

4. Practical steps for living out your faith:

  • Share your faith with others: Share your newfound faith with friends and family, but do so with love and respect, without being pushy.

  • Make healthy choices: Christian principles can guide you towards making positive choices in all aspects of your life, such as your relationships, finances, and health habits.

  • Seek guidance: If you face challenges or have questions, seek advice from a pastor, mentor, or other mature Christian.

Here are some additional tips:

  • Be patient: Growing in faith takes time. Don’t expect yourself to become a mature Christian overnight.

  • Be a good listener: Practice active listening by being a non-judgmental and supportive friend when someone opens up about their current situation.

  • Be flexible: There is no one-size-fits-all approach to following Christ. Find what works best for you.

  • Be yourself: Stay true to yourself and avoid pretending to be someone you’re not. Walk in authenticity in your relationship with other believers and non-believers.

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