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Wanted — a copyable page that describes Salvation

I prayed to receive Christ in a high-school cafeteria. Why? because my Sunday school teachers never bothered to quote Romans 10:9-10. It was at that point, regardless of denomination, regardless of what a “good boy” I was, regardless of my parent’s faith, I realized that it was incumbent on me to make a mental, emotional and spiritual committment to the Lord of Lords!

So as I begin to finish-up the re-design for Redland, I want some content that clearly and simply explains how anyone from any walk of life can also experience the joy of committing their life to Christ. If you know of such a page, then drop me a line.

And while we’re talking about the redesign, I’m going to begin giving some of you sneak peeks at the new site. If you’re a code-monkey with a lot of cool browsers that are sure to break my design, or if you are a really good proof reader, drop me a line.

That if you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved. – Romans 10:9-10

7 Comments

  1. Dean, I’d be happy to provide the Mac OS X testing, got all the browsers and stuff… shoot us an email (michaelr@tcoc.org.au)!

  2. Dean, check out the gospel presentation we have on our church web site http://lakeshorebaptist.net/ under “Jesus.” Its from Grace to You ministries. http://www.gty.org/Gospel/

  3. We have a page describing salvation that a number of other churches have borrowed/copied with permission. I’d only ask that, if you want to use the content somewhere in particular, you email us and ask first.

    Becoming a Christian
    http://www.centralpc.org/christ.htm

    Is this what you had in mind? I also have links at the bottom to some further info and alternate explanations of the gospel from other sites. If ours isn’t what you need, perhaps some of those others will help.

    jeff wilkinson
    webmaster for centralpc.org

  4. OK – so it’s not on aisquith.org’s site – but it’s based on the verse you quoted.

    http://huntvalleychurch.org/knowgod.php

  5. That’s my signature on Niphal! The best verses ever.

  6. This is something I’ve always wondered about.

    Maybe it’s just a little bit too easy of an answer to post up another person’s words on the idea of salvation. There are many personal and miraculous stories out there that can be written down as a testimony to the life-changing relationship that one can have with Christ.

    I’d hate for someone to see the exact same text on every single church website when people come searching for answers.

  7. Not everybody can define exactly *when* they became a Christian. For a lot of people, it’s a process, a journey – no Damascene conversion experience…