Are you looking for meaning and purpose in your life?

The only way to discover those is through a personal relationship with God, who loves you unconditionally.

However, there are several important truths that God wants us to understand:


1. We Have A Deadly Problem Called Sin.  (Romans 3:23)


 2. Jesus Is Our Only Hope.  (John 14:6)

Only Jesus can solve our greatest problem: the penalty of our sin, which results in guilt, condemnation, and eternal separation from God.

The good news is that Jesus has made it possible for you to be completely forgiven, and He offers you the free gift of of eternal life.  Not only is this good news for when you die, but it’s also good news for you now – in this life.

You can begin each day knowing that you are totally accepted and loved by God.  This is not a result of religion, or your day-to-day moral performance.  Instead, it’s a result of Jesus’ perfect righteousness being credited to you once you believe (trust) in Him.

Jesus is the answer.  The question is…


3. Do You Know Jesus Personally?  (John 3:16)

Step 1:  Christianity does not require blind faith – in fact, just the opposite.

The objective and verifiable evidence shows overwhelmingly that Jesus is God, and the Bible is 100% true (and trustworthy).

Since Jesus is God, we can trust what He teaches us about:

How to Know God

Step 2
:  The moment you place your faith and trust in Jesus for eternal life, you
immediately become a new creation spiritually.

As a result, there are some important “first steps” you’ll want to take in your Christian life.

Just as an infant needs help to grow physically, a new believer needs help to grow spiritually.

We encourage you to download and review this helpful resource:

Beginning Steps for New Believers


Next Steps?

As Christians, God desires that we worship Him, and connect with other believers to help each other grow spiritually.  He also desires that we share Jesus with other people.

These are aspects of the “Great Commission” (Matthew 28:18-20).

To discover how this takes place at First Baptist Church Miamisburg, click here.