If you are still stuck on the first step of finding a church home, that’s okay. If you’ve decided that you might have found a place to stay, then keep reading. For every positive, there is a negative. It’s a fact of life. However, when we weigh the positives and negatives, we can make an informed decision. So, we need to figure out what you do and don’t like about your potential new church home.
Even if you’ve already found one, this article may change your mind. Keep reading, and feel free to ask questions if you are confused. Remember that unregistered users will have to enter a reCaptcha in order to post comments.Now, If you’re serious about finding a church home, ask yourself how much you’re willing to give for Christ, considering all that he gave for you. It’s not such an easy decision, is it? If you truly feel that you are ready to accept Jesus into your life, have a second look at the church. If you’re badly wanting to just get up and leave because you’re so bored, you have your answer.
On the other hand, if you feel a genuine excitement when the preacher gets up on the pulpit and starts talking, or feel your heart beat faster when you hear the music (or psalms, depending on the church) or can’t help but laugh when the pastor says something off the wall, now would be the time to talk to the pastor about getting baptized. Baptizing is a simple ritual that involves being immersed in water for a few seconds, assuming a Christian faith. What it means to your spirit is so much more.