Are you looking for Peace with God?

God loves you and wants you to experience peace and an abundant life. No matter what your past holds or the challenges you face today, God has an amazing purpose for your life and He wants you to experience His love and blessings.

The Bible says that God loves you so much that He sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to die for you (John 3:16), and to take the punishment for our sins.  No matter what your past has been like and regardless of any poor decisions we have made, you are forgiven (Acts 10:43). You can have a fresh start in your life and a hope for your future.

Jesus is our connection to God and to His grace (John 14:6). It is through a personal relationship with Him that we are saved. It is not because of anything we have done.  God created us to have a relationship with Him, and the Bible says that when we draw near to God, He will draw near to us (James 4:8).

Do you want to have a personal relationship with God?  Here are a few steps to get you started:

  1. Admit your need for forgiveness and peace.
  2. Be willing to turn from your sins, believing that Jesus Christ died for you on the cross and rose from the grave.
  3. Pray and invite Jesus Christ to forgive your sins and be your Savior.

If you have never had a relationship with Jesus, or you would like to recommit yourself to the Lord, I would encourage you to pray this prayer:


“Lord Jesus,

I have tried to live my life on my own terms in the past.  I have decided that I want to trust You and let you be in control of my life.  I give you my greatest fears and dreams and pray that You will work through the circumstances in my life so I can learn more about who You are.  I ask for forgiveness for all of my sins and I would like to start fresh, today.  I want to follow Jesus Christ for the rest of my life and have peace in my heart that I will spend eternity with God.”


If you have prayed that prayer, I have a request…

Please plug into a Bible-believing church for teaching and accountability and send me a message here so I can celebrate!