You should know that God is really moving in our church right now. In the past few weeks, we have witnessed 110 salvations! If you grew up going to church, but never witnessed something like this…thank God that you get to be part of this move of God. Jesus is alive, and the evidence is all around us.
If you were one of those people who surrendered your life to Christ recently, I want to encourage you to take your Next Step. Don’t stop now!
Here are a few suggestions.
Tell your Story.
Your story is not over; you just turned another page. What God has done in you is one of the greatest miracles anyone can witness. Even if you found yourself heading down the wrong path, your story is beautiful and could inspire someone else who is struggling. Would you take a moment to share your story with us? www.crossroads.tv/stories.
Although what Christ did for you was personal, it was never intended to be private. Water baptism is an incredible experience that gives you the opportunity to share your new faith with your friends and family. We are holding a water baptism on our campuses on the weekend of May 9/10. Register online, and we’ll give set you up for that weekend. Register here – www.crossroads.tv/baptism.
Join a Small Group.
One of the best ways to begin to grow in your faith is by surrounding yourself with other people who can help you learn about your faith. We believe a small group environment is the best way to do this. We offer many small groups that study the Bible throughout the week. We have also begun a new experience that happens during the weekends at our campuses called Starting Point. This small group is designed for people who are new to a faith in Christ, returning to faith or for those who are asking questions about faith. This might be a great environment for you to discover what it means to follow Jesus.
- Click here to find a weekly Bible Study group near you – www.crossroads.tv/ccgroups
- Click here to register for Starting Point – www.crossroads.tv/startingpoint
As a church, we are not just called to lead people to Jesus, but to “make disciples” (Matthew 28:19-20.) If you are a friend or family member of someone who recently gave their life to Christ at our church, would you love them enough to share this with them? Let’s continue to do all that we can to “Help People Get on the Path to God.”