Jesus loves us as we are, but doesn't want us to stay the same. Every person has a next step to take in their relationship with God. We'd love to help you find what your next step is! Contact us if you don't see what you need below.
HOW TO BEGIN LIFE’S MOST MEANINGFUL JOURNEY.
If you are are just beginning your journey with Christ, or have been on your journey for a while please contact us so we can help you on your journey.
A FEW STEPS TO STARTING YOUR JOURNEY IN A HEALTHY WAY.
- Come worship with us and let us know about your decision. (If you’re not local, find a Bible believing church near you and let them know about your decision).
- Talk to God (pray). He is eager to hear from you and start your relationship growing.
- Find a modern translation of the Bible (NIV, NLT, or The Message) and begin spending time reading it. For a suggestion of where to begin - start in the New Testament with John and then Romans.
How important is your baptism? It is your personal identification with the greatest act of human history—the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Baptism doesn't save you—salvation comes by faith alone (Ephesians 2:8-9). Your guilt before God is removed the moment you trust in Christ. Baptism is your personal testimony to, and the inward assurance of, your passage from the old life to the new life....
SO What does baptism mean?
- It means we have turned from the old life of sin to a new life in Jesus Christ
- It means we are publicly identifying with the death, burial and resurrection of Christ.
- It means we are openly joining the ranks of those who believe in Christ.
Want to get involved? Here's a little about us: We are men, women, children, plumbers, electricians, businessmen and businesswomen, students, teachers, motorcycle riders, athletes, artist, young, and old, but most of all we are family. Find a group that best fits your lifestyle. We call our groups here at First, Connection Groups.
It is our desire to create a disciple making community. We do this through reaching people, teaching them to love and serve Jesus, and sending them to reach, teach, and serve others.