That is what it means to be a Christian – being in a life‐changing relationship with Jesus.
It's not about where you were born, or your family, or where you go to church.
It's about knowing that your behavior and attitude fall short of what God wants of us.It's about recognizing you will never be good enough for God by your own effort.
It's about asking Jesus into your heart and using the power of the Holy Spirit to live for Him, not ourselves.
We don't have to do it all alone.
God loves us so much He Himself does for us what we cannot do for ourselves.He saves us.
That is a free gift of His grace – saving us from the consequences of our own sin.
All we have to do is ask for it.
If you haven't asked God for His forgiveness through the power of the crucified and risen Jesus, you can do that today.
It's as easy as A-B-C
A – Admit that you are a sinner, and nothing you can do can make you right with God
B – Believe everything the Bible tells us about Jesus
C – Confess to the world that Jesus is the Lord of your life
If you have questions, great! We can help you find the answers.
Talk to your Small Group Leader at Alive
Call the office at 904-777-1238
Baptism is an important act of obedience. It is our public identification with Jesus Christ as our Savior, and with other Christians.
The blood of Jesus Christ shed on the cross is the only basis for the forgiveness of our sins (Romans 5:9, Colossians 1:20). Salvation (or conversion) occurs when we place our faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus as sufficient payment for our sin debt (Romans 10:9).
Once saved, we are ready to be, and ought to be, baptized (Acts 8:35-38). Married couples show the world their love and commitment to each other by wearing symbolic rings. Christians show love and commitment to our Lord through the symbol of baptism.
Jesus instructed us to be baptized (Matthew 28:19), so it is an important act of obedience. Baptism is not necessary for salvation (Romans 10:9, Luke 23:42-43), but it shows the world our submission to God and our identification with Jesus as Lord (Romans 6:3).
For more detailed information about baptism, click here.
The Church at Argyle is passionate about serving. Volunteers are the heart and soul of everything at Argyle. Without our volunteers, our ministries would not exist. This includes students! We love our student volunteers who help in Amazing Place (babies-prek), UpStreet (kindergarten-fifth), Welcome Team, and in many other areas. You are all important and valued members of our team.
Want to get involved? Call our office at 904-777-1238 weekdays, talk to your Small Group Leader at Alive, or check The Hub in the Welcome Center on Sunday. We will contact you about next steps.