Why continue living your life by the world standards that brings fear and anxiety, while you risk spending your eternity separated from the God who loves you.

You do not have to live that way because Jesus holds the key. When you surrender your heart, Jesus sets you free.

Jesus said, “All power and authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me… you can be sure that I am always with you, to the very end.” (Matthew 28:18-20)

Why not surrender now while you have the choice? Time is short. If you know your heart is not right, or you’ve made bad decisions in the past, or you’re simply not sure it’s time to know you are right with the Lord. There is nothing magical about the prayer; it’s about the sincerity of your heart in this moment.

Pray this simple prayer to receive Christ as your Savior.

Heavenly Father,

I thank you for Jesus. He’s more than I can ever imagine and He is more than I’ll ever need. Thank you for the sacrifice you made. Jesus, thank you that you died on a cross. You paid a price that was meant for me. And you‘ve given me life that I don’t deserve. I ask you to forgive me of my sins and I accept your Lordship over my life. Lead me, guide me, direct me. Take my head, my heart, and my hands. I give you my thoughts, the intents of my heart, and the work of my hands. Be Lord over all of those. Help me to live a free and abundant life that only comes from being in a right relationship with you.

In the all-sufficient and mighty name of Jesus, I pray. Amen.

The Bible says there is rejoicing in the presence of angels when one accepts Jesus.

If you made a decision today, we want to partner with you. Let us know that you accepted Jesus. We will give you resources to help you grow in your relationship with God.


Join Us This Sunday

We’d love to have you grow, serve, and fellowship with us at North.

Sunday (weekly)
9:45 and 11:15am
In the Worship Center or online

“If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.”

— Romans 10:9