Admit that you are a sinner.  (see Romans 3:10, Romans 3:23, Romans 5:8 and Romans 6:23)

Ask God's forgiveness and repent of your sins.  (See Romans 10:13 and Acts 3:19)

Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ.  (See John 3:16 and John 14:6)

Become a child of God by receiving Christ.  (See John 1:12-13, Ephesians 1:5, Romans 8:23, Galatians 4:4-7, 1st John 3:1 and Revelation 3:20)

Confess that Jesus is your Lord.  (See Romans 10:9-10)

Discipleship  After confessing and receiving Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior, you are in need of some discipleship. Discipleship is the very personal activity of two or more persons helping each other experience a growing relationship with God.  In other words, it is learning about Christ, following Jesus and His teachings and growing in Him.  The ABC's of getting 'saved' are not enough to keep you close to Him in your walk.

Effective discipleship consists of a few main areas of emphasis.  First we must institute a systematic study of the Word of God.  Discipleship should have a cross-generational approach, emphasizing the fact that discipleship begins at birth and ends at death.  Discipleship should be focused on changed lives and it should be relationship-driven and not be just a classroom-only study time.

If you have taken these steps of your own will and really meant it with all of your heart and would like someone to pray with you, you may contact us at Grace Family Church in Waterboro, Maine, you may contact the Assembly of God church that is closest to you or you may call the Assemblies of God National Prayer Center toll free at 1-800-4Prayer (1-800-477-2937).