I've Commited My Life to Jesus, Where Do I Go From Here?
WELCOME to the family of believers!
We hope that you will join us in church on Sunday morning so that we can meet you in person. We have compiled a list of foundational principles to start you on your journey of getting to know Jesus Christ.
Read the Bible
Because God speaks through His Word, you will get to know Him better and learn everything that is needed to grow. As you obey His Word, you will grow strong and begin to see positive changes in your life.
Prayer is one of the greatest privileges we have as a child of God. Just think, the God of all creation wants to hear from you! You can call on the Lord any hour of the day or night and He will listen.
Find a Church
Church plays a vital role in your spiritual growth. Fellowship with other Christians will give you much needed encouragement and support. Church provides instruction from God's Word and gives you training and opportunity to use your God-given gifts and abilities. Whether its our church or elsewhere, we want you to be connected with a group of believers.
Let Your Life Reflect Your Decision
A sign of a changed heart is the desire to live for God. What does this mean? It means that you want to please God and to obey Him as best you know how. To do this, begin to filter your thoughts and actions through God's Word.
Share Your Faith
Good news is hard to keep to yourself! God wants you to share your newfound faith with others. You don't have to wait until you're an expert in the Bible to witness to others. You can share what you know—your own story of what Jesus has done for you.
Stay on Track
Being a Christian is not always easy. There will be times when you'll feel pressured to back down or give in. When you became a child of God, you also became an enemy of the devil; and he will try to tempt you into disobeying God. It isn't a sin to be tempted—even Jesus experienced temptation (see Luke 4:1–3)—but giving in to the temptation is sin. Christians will experience times of testing and trials, but God promises to be with us and give us the strength we need to get through hard times.