TRUE CHRISTIANITY IS A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS CHRIST

  Accepting Jesus as your personal Savior means placing your own personal faith and trust in Him.  No one is saved by the faith of others.  The only way to be saved is to personally accept Jesus as your Savior, trusting His death as the payment for your sins, and His resurrection as your guarantee of eternal life (John 3:16).  

Is Jesus personally your Savior? 

THE GOSPEL

GOD LOVES YOU
AS YOU ARE

God loves you so much that He sent His Son to die for your sins. 

John 3:16

YOU ARE A SINNER

Sin is choosing to do what we know opposes God’s will. All people are born in sin. 

Romans 3:10

SIN SEPERATES
US FROM GOD

God is Holy and sinless, therefore our sin forms a barrier between us and God.

Romans 3:23

YOU CANNOT SAVE YOURSELF

There is nothing we can do to earn our salvation.

Romans 4:4-5

GOD SENT HIS SON FOR YOU

Only Jesus can bridge the space that separates us and our sinful nature from God. Jesus died on the cross taking the punishment for our sin so that we could have a personal relationship with God.

Romans 5:8

RECEIVE & ACCEPT

Admit to God that you are a sinner and ask Him to help you turn away from your sinful nature. Ask Him to forgive your sins and invite Him into your life as your Lord and Savior. Thank Him for bridging the gap between you and God, and commit to live your life for Him.

GO AND SHARE!

Personally accepting Christ as your Lord and Savior is only the first step in your Christian walk.  After accepting Him, share with a trusted friend or family member what you have done, and become involved in a Bible-believing church.

If you have prayed to accept Christ as your personal Lord and Savior we’d love to hear from you!  Please email or call Pastor Mark so that he can talk to you about this exciting change in your life. 

Spiritual Gifts

Spiritual Gift Test to find out what your spiritual gifts are. Here are three links to free Spiritual Gifts Inventories. They are also on the links page of our website under resources along with a lot of other helpful links.

http://www.churchgrowth.org/cgi-cg/gifts.cgi?intro=1

http://www.kodachrome.org/spiritgift/

http://buildingchurch.net/g2s-i.htm