"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the 
Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, to the 
close of the age."  - Matthew 28:19-20

Lost Souls

All and any people who may not know God loves them and He has a plan for them through Jesus Christ.


A learner totally committed to follow Christ (thinking, desires, choices, ambitions & relationships) which long-term growing commitment starts at baptism.


Share the Gospel of Jesús Christ (simply and clearly) and God’s grace with others.

How to receive Christ:

Recognize God’s Plan

God loves you and wants you to experience peace and eternal life.
The Bible says… “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16
What keeps us from having the life God planned for us?

Realize our problem – Separation from God

People choose to disobey God and go their own way. This results in separation from God.
The Bible says… “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” Romans 3:23.
No bridge reaches God.. Except one.

Respond to God’s remedy – The Cross

God sent His son to bridge the gap. Christ did this by paying the penalty of our sins when He died on the cross and rose from the grave.
The Bible says… “But God demonstrates His own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5:8.
God has provided the only way back to Him. You must make a choice.

Receive Christ as Lord and Savior

You cross the bridge into God’s family when you powerfully ask Christ to come into your life.
The Bible says… “Yet to all who received Him, to those who believed in His name, He gave the right to become children of God.” John 1:12.
God has provided the only way back to Him. You must make a choice.

How to receive Christ

Admit your need. (I am a sinner).
Be willing to turn from your sins. (Repent).
Believe that Jesús Christ died for you on the cross and rose from the grave. (Be saved by faith).
Through prayer, invite Jesús Christ to control your life through the Holy Spirit. (Receive him as Lord and Savior).

Below is a prayer you can pray to receive Christ.
"Dear Lord Jesus, I know I’m a sinner, and I ask for your forgiveness.  I believe You died for my sins and rose from the dead. I turn from my sins  and invite You to come into my heart and life.
I want to trust and follow You as my Lord and Savior. In Your name. Amen.”

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Leading Others To Christ

Check this out from Our Daily Bread

Knowing The Basics. If you want to have the joy of leading a person to faith in Christ, you need to know a few basic truths—and you need to know them well. These truths can be stated in different ways, but they boil down to the following four points:
  1. Every person is by nature a sinner who stands guilty and condemned before God.
  2. Every person is helpless to save himself by his own effort.
  3. In love, God provided salvation for sinners through Jesus Christ, who became a member of the human family, lived sinlessly, and then died on the cross to pay for our sins.
  4. Salvation is an individual matter and requires a personal response on the part of anyone who wants to be saved. Because God accepted Jesus’ sacrifice by raising Him from death, all who acknowledge their sin and place their trust in Christ are adopted as God’s children.
You will find that the Bible verses supporting these points are built into the greatly used witnessing tracts that are reproduced on pages 30 and 31. Before you use these tracts, or any other, make sure you know the basics so well that you can be flexible when you deal with individuals.

Being Flexible In Your Approach. If the person you are trying to help is convinced that he is a sinner, admits that he can’t do anything to save himself, and wants to be forgiven and changed, you can omit those points. You should begin by showing him what God has provided for sinners and how He saves by grace through faith alone. On the other hand, if the person balks at admitting that he is guilty and condemned and absolutely helpless, you can’t go on to tell about God’s provision or the glory of salvation by grace alone. If you meet somebody who refuses to accept the idea that all are lost and that Jesus is the only way to God, you will accomplish nothing by using a “packaged” salvation plan.
Obviously, you can’t follow exactly the same approach with all people. Paul didn’t use the same procedure with the jailer (Acts 16:27-34) as Philip did with the Ethiopian eunuch (Acts 8:26-39).
Furthermore, you must be prepared for the fact that some people won’t believe on Jesus Christ no matter what you say. Felix, Drusilla, Agrippa, and Festus heard Paul passionately present the truth, but all of them refused to believe (Acts 24–26). When you encounter this kind of determined unbelief, don’t be needlessly offensive. Be courteous and pray that God will continue to work in their hearts.
If people insist that they are willing to stand before God on their own merit, say something like this: “Tom Paine said the same thing. He said he wanted justice, not mercy.” Then you could say, “But I’ll admit that I don’t want justice. I have fallen far short of loving God with all my heart, soul, mind, and strength. And I don’t always love my neighbor as myself. If I had to stand in my own goodness and receive justice, I would be sentenced to hell. I’m thankful for God’s mercy in Christ. I hope you will be too someday.”