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We are born with sin (Psalm 51:5). The bible says, ‘for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.’ (Romans 3:23) Sin is what makes us unsaved. Sin is what separates us from God. Sin is what has us on the path to eternal destruction. The truth is that God loves us, and Jesus came to make forgiveness and salvation possible. He died on the cross as the complete sacrifice for our sins. He took on Himself the judgment that we deserve. God in His grace offers us the gift of eternal life. But like any gift, it becomes ours ONLY when we respond and receive it. Salvation is intimately linked to Jesus and the cross. Jesus’ virgin birth, by the miraculous intervention of the Holy Spirit, meant that He did not inherit a sinful human nature like we did. Neither did Jesus commit any sin during His lifetime. Jesus became the only perfect Man, and as such, He was uniquely qualified to put into action God’s plan of salvation for mankind.

On that cross, Jesus took the punishment of our sin. He was our Substitute. He suffered the judgment and condemnation of death that our sinful nature and deeds deserve. Faith is essential for salvation. Faith involves trust and commitment. I may say that I believe a bridge will hold my weight. But I really believe it only when I commit myself to it and walk across it. Salvation faith involves an act of commitment and trust, in which you commit your life to Jesus Christ and trust Him alone as your Savior and Lord.
Committing your life to Jesus is a personal and individual decision. Please pray the prayer below to invite Christ into your life. “Dear Jesus, I repent of my sin, I ask you to become Lord of my life. You are my Savior and I thank You for the sacrifice You made on the cross. I receive Your grace and confidently believe that my life is forever changed.

Jesus, help me to live for You. I want to know Your ways and love people as You love me. Everything within me is submitted to You. Thank You for Your mercy, and unfailing love. In Jesus’ name, I pray, Amen.” We’d love to celebrate with you! Let us know about your decision for Jesus by clicking this button. We want to help you with your next steps and get you connected to the family of Christ and local church (Winners Church) for discipleship.



Water baptism by immersion should be done by all believers as a public profession of their faith in Christ. (Matthew 28:1) Baptism is, “An outward sign of an inward change“. It is an important step of obedience that shows others we have personally trusted Jesus for our salvation. Jesus was baptized when He was on the earth, and we do this to follow His example. When Christians are baptized, they are submerged under water to identify with the death and burial of Jesus and raised out of the water to identify with His resurrection. We believe that water baptism is a public declaration of three important things: you are a follower of Jesus Christ, you are beginning a changed life in Christ, and you are part of a new family. You must be born again before baptism To sign up for baptism, please fill out and submit the form at the end of this page and we will contact you with our upcoming Baptism Service dates. If you have any questions, please feel free to send us an email. Thank you.

Why you should be baptized

Christ not only commands believers to get baptized, baptism is also a gift he graciously gives for our benefit and blessing.

And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 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 behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”

(Matt. 28:18–20)


A second reason why you should get baptized is to publicly profess your faith in Jesus. We’ve seen that this element of baptism is implicit in Matthew 28:19. It’s more explicit in a few other places in Scripture.

We’ve seen that in baptism you commit to Christ. Now we will see that in baptism you commit to Christ’s people. As we’ve already seen, on the day of Pentecost, those who received the word were baptized and added to the church (Acts 2:41).