I'm A New Believer
God, the creator of the universe, has a plan for you and your life. He loves you and he wants the very best for you, because he made you. He has a purpose for your life, and he knows that you cannot do it on your own. That's why He sent JESUS!
You don't have to be good enough, you don't have to clean you act up, and you don't have to follow the spiritual checklist. If you know that you cannot do it alone, and you have made the decision to run to Jesus, we want to walk with you!
Let us know that you have made the decision to commit your life to Jesus so we can get you connected!
Ready To Take
the Next Steps?
We want to get to know you. Step 1 is about you connecting with us and giving us an opportunity to connect with you. That always happens best over coffee or a meal. Please take time to connect with our Pastor following service or fill out a welcome home card and check the box, “I would like to talk to a pastor.” Make sure to leave a cell number so we can connect and set up a time to visit. Helping you become a disciple making disciple is why Harvest exists (Matthew 28:18-20), let’s start that journey together today!
Step 2 is a great way to learn more about Harvest and how we are working to follow Jesus and the mission He has given us. This class happens on the third weekend of every month, please let us know if you are interested in attending. At Step 2 you’ll also learn about how to become a committed part of our Harvest family and how to continue growing in your relationship with God and with others in our church. We will walk through our “ Discovery Method Bible Study,” which will give you an idea of how LifeGroups work, and we will answer any questions that you might have. Our goal is to help you see what it means to, Follow Jesus, be Changed by Jesus, and Commit to the mission of Jesus (Matthew 4:19).
Step 3 happens when you let us know that you are ready to commit to the mission of making disciples and you join a LifeGroup and a Ministry Team. This step is about making a commitment to grow spiritually, serve unselfishly, and to accept Biblical accountability willingly.