We are a Christ centered ministry devoted to spreading the gospel Online!!!!
We are committed to fulfilling a three-fold mission:
1. To introduce the lost to Christ;
2. To provide an environment for worshiping God and fellowshiping with others who hold similar values and love for God;
3. To effectively support believers of Christian and help spread the Gospel online.
4. To build an internet-based community where all people may interact for the intent of fellowship and/or education.
5. To provide resources for the promotion of Biblical studies to all people.
6. To aide unbelievers in giving their lives to the Lord.
We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, sent by the Father, begotten by the Holy Spirit (John 3:16), and born of the Virgin Mary (Matthew 1:23); that He lived a sinless and obedient life, suffered and died on the cross vicariously for the sins of His people who believe in Him (Rev 1:5); that God raised Him from the dead, exalted Him both as Lord and Christ (1 Peter 1:3), and gave Him the promise of the Holy Spirit for His Church.
We believe that the Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, is the inspired and the Word of God (Luke 21:33, Luke 24:44), the necessary and complete revelation of His will for the salvation of men (John 5:47 1Thes 5:9), and is the ultimate authority for Christian faith and life.
We believe there is one God, eternally existent in three persons, namely: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
To have a close relationship with God please always Pray!!!
What Is Prayer?
The greatest privilege a Christian has is the privilege of prayer. Not only is it a privilege, but it is also the responsibility of every believer. Jesus said, “Men ought always to pray and not lose heart” (Luke 18:1).
Prayer is simply talking to God, letting our concerns and requests be made known to Him. When we pray, we admit our need for God and our utter dependence on Him.
Only through a relationship with Jesus Christ do we have access to God (1 Timothy 2:5). We approach God in Jesus’ name, not our own.
Prayer is not a means of trying to get from God what we want, but rather a means by which we enable God to give us what He wants. Regarding prayer, Billy Graham said, “Prayer is the rope that pulls God and man together. But it doesn’t pull God down to us; rather, it pulls us up to Him.”
We’re to pray because God commands it (2 Chronicles 7:14; Luke 18:1). Through prayer, we receive things (James 4:2), experience fullness of joy (John 16:24), and find help in times of trouble. Prayer is the cure for worry (Philippians 4:6; 1 Peter 5:7) and also helps us resist temptation (Matthew 26:41).
When Are We to Pray?
We are to pray always. The Bible instructs us to “Pray without ceasing” (1 Thessalonians 5:17). The Apostle Paul exhorted believers to pray “always with all prayer and supplication” (Ephesians 6:18).
We’re to pray for our family, friends, Christian leaders, our country, and whatever else God lays on our hearts. We are to pray for them as seriously as we would for ourselves.
What If I Don’t Pray?
Neglecting to pray is a sin. David said, “Far be it from me that I should sin against the Lord in ceasing to pray for you” (1 Samuel 12:23). Jesus said, “Men ought always to pray and not lose heart” (Luke 18:1).