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The Bible tells us that God originally planned a world that worked perfectly- where everything and everyone fit together in harmony. God made each of us with a purpose- to worship Him and walk with Him.


Life doesn't work when we ignore God and His original design for our lives. We selfishly insist on doing things our own way. The Bible calls this sin. We all sin and distort the original design.


The consequences of our sin is separation from God- in this life and for all of eternity.


Sin leads to a place of brokenness. We see this all around us and in our own lives as well. Brokenness leads to a place of realizing a need for something greater. Because of His love, God did not leave us in our brokenness.


Jesus, God in human flesh, came to us and lived perfectly according to God's Design. Jesus came to rescue us - to do for us what we could not do for ourselves. He took our sin and shame to the cross, paying the penalty of our sin by His death.


Jesus was then raised from the dead- to provide the only way for us to be rescued and restored to a relationship with God.



Simply hearing this Good News is not enough. We must admit our sinful brokenness and stop trusting our ourselves. We don't have the power to escape this brokenness on our own. We need to be rescued.


We must ask God to forgive us- turning from sin to trust only in Jesus. This is what it means to repent and believe.


Believing, we receive new life through Jesus and God turns our lives in a new direction.


Now that you have heard this Good News, God wants you to respond to Him. You can talk to Him using words like these:

"My life is broken — I recognize it’s because of my sin. I need You. I believe Christ came to live, die and was raised from the dead — to rescue me from my sin. Forgive me. I turn from my selfish ways and put my trust in You. I know that Jesus is Lord of all, and I will follow Him."

If you have prayed this prayer, connect with us below. One of our pastors will contact you soon.


Thanks for submitting!


 "What must I do to be saved?” They replied, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved—you and your household.” 
Acts 16:30-31

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