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Get to Know Jesus

Find out how life was meant to be lived, what your purpose is in this world, and how you can know Jesus for yourself.

Having a relationship with Jesus is a lifelong journey, but it starts with understanding these things:

  • God is the creator. He made you.

  • God loves you more than you can possibly imagine.

  • People are born with a selfish nature that creates an attitude of disobedience towards God, called sin. Sin separates us from God.
    Genesis 1:27Psalm 8:3-6Isaiah 53:6Romans 3:23Isaiah 59:1-2

  • We can never make up for our sin by self-improvement or doing good things. Only by trusting in Jesus Christ as God's offer of forgiveness can anyone be saved from sin's penalty. Jesus, the Son of God, came to take the punishment for our selfishness and sin. His death paid the sin penalty.

  • When we turn from our self-ruled life and turn to Jesus in faith, we are forgiven and saved from the punishment of sin.
    Romans 6:23Ephesians 2:8-9John 14:6, 1:2Titus 3:5Galatians 3:26Romans 5:1Romans 10:9-10

Deciding to give your life to Jesus Christ is the most important thing you will ever do. You’ve been created to have a relationship with God. To begin this life-changing relationship with Jesus:

  1. Acknowledge that God has made you and He loves you.

  2. Admit to God that you’ve been selfish and that your disobedience has separated you from Him.

  3. Ask Jesus Christ for the forgiveness He offers and give control of your life to Him.

If you have asked God to do these things for you today, call a friend whom you know would be happy to know about your decision.  We would also like to celebrate this incredible new life that you just have started. We would like to give you some great books to help you enjoy and get started in this new life. Please contact your Site Pastor or email us at [email protected] if you're not quite sure who to get in touch with!

If you aren't quite ready to make the decision to start a relationship with God but would like to learn more, please contact your Site Pastor.