Yes to Christ

What does it mean to say YES to Jesus?

Yes to Christ, what does it mean?

Believing in Jesus is the first step on the greatest journey of your life. We would love to talk with you more. If you are making this decision for the first time, recommitting your life, or would just like to talk to someone, please let us know by clicking the button below.

Life Begins By Saying Yes to Christ

Jesus came to earth, died on a cross, and was raised to life to rescue you from sin, make you alive, and to bring you into an eternal relationship with God. Salvation is not only a matter of life after death, but also the way to live an abundant life on earth with Jesus, here and now.


1 John 5:12 says… “Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life.”


Simply put, Jesus is salvation and salvation is life.

You may be wondering what's next. How do I start this journey? Well we want to help guide you towards the next steps in your walk with Christ.

Our Sin

We are all born with a sin nature. Because of our sin, we are unable to have a relationship with God without forgiveness.


For everyone has sinned; we all fall short of God’s glorious standard. – Romans 3:23 NLT


God's Gift

We can’t earn God’s forgiveness – it must be given. Jesus gave His life as a sacrifice so that we could be forgiven.


But God showed his great love for us by sending Christ to die for us while we were still sinners – Romans 5:8 NLT

For the Wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life through Christ Jesus our Lord. – Romans 6:23 NLT


Our Response

We must accept this free gift from God by committing our lives and heart to Jesus.


If you openly declare that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. – Romans 10:9 NLT

If you are ready to believe and receive God’s gift of salvation, simply talk to God and commit your life to Him:


"Dear Lord Jesus, I admit that I’ve fallen short. I’ve sinned and need your forgiveness. I believe that You lived, died and rose again so that I could be connected to God. I confess you as my Lord and commit my life to You. I give you my past, present and future. Take my life and use it. I give it to You. Amen."