It’s fine to have questions. Let’s answer some here.

Why do we need God?

You have sinned. We have all sinned. We have all broken God’s law. And the Bible says that we are under the wrath of God. Not because God is the problem, but because we are. We have sinned.

But in the midst of that God gave His only Son Jesus Christ. Who came down here, died on the cross to save us. Not first and foremost to save us from hell. But to save us from our sins. Sin is the problem and sin is leading us to hell.

How did He save us from our sins? Through the cross. And through the new birth. A birth where in repentance to God we get a new heart. In the baptism to Jesus Christ we wash away our sins. And through the baptism with the Holy Spirit we receive the power to live the new life God has called us to.

After God created all there is, He said all was good. And it was! But then entered sin.

Sin is like the law of gravity. Try to pick up your phone and really believe it will float in the air. Now let go. Your phone still drops down.

The same is with sin. We all sin, no matter how hard we try to stop doing it, we can’t. – We’re slaves to sin.

We have all told (white) lies.
We have probably all stolen something from somewhere or someone (maybe without meaning to).
We have all looked with lust. We’re just being human. No big deal, right?

Well, it is a big deal.
If you tell a lie to your young child, maybe it doesn’t matter that much.
If you lie to your spouse, you could end up getting a divorce.
If you lie to your boss, you could lose your job.
If you lie to a judge, you could even go to jail.

The sin here is lying.
And the sin didn’t change.
It’s the authority we sin against that changed.
And only that authority has influence on the consequence of that sin.

The Bible says we have all sinned against God.
And He is the highest authority there is.
To God, sin is a problem.
It always is.
That’s because His standard and ours are like night and day.
They’re so completely different.

Imagine this:
You’ve committed some serious crimes.
Now you’re standing in the court of law.
You’ve admitted your crimes.
But then you tell the judge you’ve helped some homeless people in the past and donated to charity.
Only a corrupt judge will fall for that.
A good judge will not be impressed.
Your good deeds are irrelevant to the bad you’ve done.
There needs to be a penalty for the wrong you’ve done.

God is the highest judge there is.
He will judge all of us.
He will judge you.
He has to, because He cannot wipe away all of the horrible things we do.
If he did so, that would mean He is corrupt.
And that’s impossible.

What does the bible say about how we are supposed to live?

We believe that through the Holy Spirit, as the disciples of Jesus, we are empowered to preach the gospel, heal the sick, cast out demons, raise the dead and use all the gifts of the Holy Spirit for the glory and the Kingdom of God, like our Lord Jesus Christ did.
Matt. 10:7-8
7 And proclaim as you go, saying, ‘The kingdom of heaven is at hand.’ 8 Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse lepers, cast out demons. You received without paying; give without pay.

We believe that the church, which Jesus Christ Himself is building, is not a denomination or a building but all the true disciples of Jesus Christ in the whole world, who are led by the Holy Spirit and have fellowship together wherever they stay.
Matthew 16:18
18 And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.

Acts 1:13-14
13 And when they had entered, they went up to the upper room, where they were staying, Peter and John and James and Andrew, Philip and Thomas, Bartholomew and Matthew, James the son of Alphaeus and Simon the Zealot and Judas the son of James. 14 All these with one accord were devoting themselves to prayer, together with the women and Mary the mother of Jesus, and his brothers.

We believe that we are all called to be disciples of Jesus Christ, who follow Him and become more and more like Him. Jesus never used the word christian but called His followers disciples. It is about learning from our Lord Jesus like an apprentice and to do the same thing and even greater things than He did (John 15:8, John 14:12).

John 15:8
8 By this my Father is glorified, that you bear much fruit and so prove to be my disciples.

John 14:12
12 “Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever believes in me will also do the works that I do; and greater works than these will he do, because I am going to the Father.

We believe that out of the disciples, Jesus Christ sets apostles, prophets, evangelists, shepherds and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ.

Ephesians 4:11–12
11 And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers, 12 to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ.

We believe that Jesus Christ will come back and will take His bride, the church, and for all eternity we will be together with Him in His Kingdom.

How do I become a Christian?

It is important you understand the legal implications of what happened on the cross.

Remember God being holy and just. Our sin needs to be punished.

Jesus took that punishment for us. Jesus’ death means you and me now have a solution for our sin.

Through Jesus, God set us free from sin.

Through Jesus we can get right with God.

Through Jesus we can live holy lives here without being enslaved to sin.

Through Jesus we can receive the gift of everlasting life.

Acts 2:38
Peter replied, Repent and be baptized, Every one of You, in The Name of Jesus Christ for The Forgiveness of Your sins. and You Will Receive The Gift of The Holy Spirit.

We see this again and again in the book of Acts. Whenever someone wants to make a commitment to following Jesus, they repent of their sin, they get baptised in water and then they are filled with the holy spirit and start speaking in tongues.

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Jesus came to set us free from sin, so we can live a holy life and be with God forever. This is a free gift, which we can receive by taking a few simple steps.

The first is repentance. Repentance is to recognize ‘I have sinned’. Not only against men, but you have sinned against a Holy God. When you recognise that sin, turn away from it and ask God for forgiveness.

When you repent to God you stop putting faith in yourself. Instead you put your faith in Jesus Christ.

Repentance is a total turning away from what you’ve done. A verbal commitment that you won’t do it again.


In John 3 Jesus says, that if any man wants to enter the Kingdom of God, he needs to be born out of water and Spirit. When you’ve repented from your sins, that means turned away from them, God will give you a new heart full of desire to honour Him.

This new heart is still in your old body. That’s why you need to bury your old life and that’s where baptism comes in. Getting baptised to Jesus Christ is not ‘just a symbol’. When you get baptised, your old self dies with Christ. And you rise up with Him as a brand new creation.

Baptism is two things: washing away your sins and burying your old life. And according to Jesus, being born again out of water is crucial for you to enter God’s Kingdom.

Holy spirit

But Jesus said more. We need to be born out of Spirit as well. That’s where the Holy Spirit comes in.

Receiving the Holy Spirit is God’s promise to those who repent and turn to Him. The Holy Spirit is there to help us and guide us in serving God.

The Holy Spirit is a person. According to Romans 8, we receive not a little Holy Spirit, or just a portion of Him. We receive the complete Holy Spirit.

The same Spirit that raised Jesus from the dead, lives inside of us. It’s this Spirit of Truth that will give life to our mortal bodies, enable us to heal the sick and cast out demons and to live lives that truly glorify the one and only living God Almighty.

If anyone is in Christ, they are a new creation.

Once you’re born again, Satan is no longer your father. God is.
You’re part of Gods Kingdom. You’re a part of Jesus’ body on earth.
And you have been given a clear assignment.

In Matthew chapter 28 we witness Jesus’ ascension to Heaven. A few moments before He went to sit at the right hand of His Father, He said this to His disciples:
Matthew 28 v18-20
Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

This Great Commission is for us too. Together with fellow believers we form the body of Christ here on earth. And it is His desire to use us while He builds up His church and His Kingdom.

Turning away from sin, and following Christ means we have to obey Him. To learn what that is can be difficult in the beginning. It took Jesus 3 years to teach His disciples what to do. And He wants us to use the same method.

Learning how to live your life like Jesus is what discipleship is for. We need other believers to guide us in living this new life. We need to work together. To cooperate. To reap the harvest. Together.

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