God; the Creator, Source, and Sustainer of all things loves you and has created you with a purpose. However, we have all wandered away from God and off the path of our true purpose. This is a result of the sin in us, the challenges of life and the mess of our world.
You matter so much to God. As an ultimate expression of His love, He sent his only son to us so we could find our way back to Him. Through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, our relationship with God is restored, and we are free to live out our fullest potential. In other words, we can be reunited with God and experience the fullness of life by encountering Jesus.
Repentance means acknowledging the wrongs you’ve done, and turning away from them. We’ve all fallen short of God’s standards, but when we ask Jesus to forgive us, He’s faithful to do so.
“Jesus, I’m sorry for the wrongs I’ve done. I’m sorry I’ve gone my own way. I ask that you’d forgive me for all my sins.”
Jesus hears us when we talk to Him. It doesn’t matter where you are or what you’ve done, He’s listening. Ask Him to come into your life and make you new.
“Jesus, I ask you to cleanse my heart. Please, come and make me new. I want your plans and purposes for my life, not my own.”
Jesus changes everything. From our heart and mind to our relationships with others. Placing your trust in Him means you’ll follow His plans, way and word above all else.
“Jesus, I place my whole life in your hands. I place my trust in you as Lord – the One who leads me, Savior – the One who saved me and Treasure – the One I love above all else.”
By praying those simple prayers, you’ve said YES to Jesus! You’ve embarked on a brand new journey of faith. We want to hear from you, so we can support you as you grow in your relationship with Him.
Water Baptism is the public proclamation of your faith in Jesus. When you step into the water, you'll be surrounded by your church family who'll be cheering you on.
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