As Peter preached concerning Jesus in Acts, “there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved,” (Acts 4:12). And, as is written in the book of Colossians, “as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving.” These developments were significantly impacted by my church experiences. Growing up, my family regularly attended an Episcopalian church. We were actively involved – my mom was the Sunday School Superintendant and my dad was on the vestry. My whole family formed close relationships with others who
I spent two months talking to my parents via international calls every midnight, prayed for them, and wanted to let them know how much love they have been receiving from Jesus Christ. I help my younger sister find her mission from God by sharing our devotion from the Bible, praying for signs God shows to her every day. Sometimes
1) Describe the world you come from a— for example, your family, community or school — and b .tell us how your world has shaped your dreams and aspirations. a) Since at a very young age, my parents has encouraged me and my younger brother to attend church. Both of them have instilled christian virtues in me and have served in the missionary field for many years. In school, because of the influence of my close friends, I regularly attended the Christian Fellowship club to learn more about the bible that held in the classroom every Friday . Furthermore, I served in the church praise and worship team and children church every Sunday.
Many factors in the past have influenced my relationship with God and continue to do so daily. I first learned to be a Christian from my parents. They took me to Sunday School and “preaching” on Sunday mornings when I was young. They made sure I was involved in the youth group and children’s and youth choirs while growing up. They taught me to say a blessing before every meal, and they laugh when I still occasionally break into our traditional “God is great, God is good .
Thus, I grew up in a Christian family, with devout Christian parents, who exemplified the Christian faith in their commitment to the Community. Every morning and evening my daddy who had a little knowledge about scripture would yet read and expound from the Scripture and my mother being the Sunday school teacher would always encouraged and helped me involved in singing, drama and other Christian activities as a young boy. Home and Sunday school were the first places where my Christian faith took shaped and grew. However, until the age of 14, I was not sure of my salvation. Then, during a youth crusade, I accepted Christ as my personal Lord and Savior, and I became sure of my salvation.
Jesus was an influential person because of his impacts on religion, culture, and history by his religious preachings and followers. Jesus was very influential in religion. When asked about who Jesus was, most Americans start on the same topic- the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. This miraculous tale of the Son of God is told everywhere, but the origin of the religion it represents had a very different start. Jesus is regarded as the founder of Christianity.
Because of this rally and the message it sent, I realized and wanted to give my life to Jesus through baptism. It was awesome, I got home as a young teenager and actually talked to my mom about what it really means to be a Christian and to pick up your cross and follow him. So that very next weekend, my dad baptized me in front of the whole church on Sunday morning. It was an awesome feeling knowing that because of Jesus’ grace and mercy, I will be with him one day and spend eternity with him. Although I was on top of the world at this point, I still didn’t know fully what I had gotten into.
Growing up in the 90’s, my grandparents and mom had instilled Christian ethics and moralities in me. I was very involved in our church, from: Youth choir, Ushering, participating in pageants, Bible Study, and Christmas and Easter speeches. Anything I could possibly join and participant in my mom made sure I was there. Unlike some children, I honestly loved church, mostly because my friends were there. As a child I knew about Christ and the Bible, however my perception of Christ and Religion was way off.
I loved listening to my mom read my favorite Bible stories. If we were on vacation, we would attend our relatives’ churches. Attending church from child years to teen years and then on to adult years has been very important. The stories that I got to listen to were wonderful, but the lessons I learned were absolutely incredible. The people and the lessons can teach a person a lot about who he or she is and who he or she can be.
God, Humanity, Christianity and Restoration are four points that will be addressed as the most significant parts of my worldview. Why I personally believe that Jesus Christ is both the Son of God and also walked this earth as God in the flesh will be discussed. My Christian faith, my belief in perfect restoration through Him via salvation for myself and everyone else in the world will also be discussed in depth. My worldview stems from my own Christian faith, though I do have respect for other religious beliefs. My worldview has evolved from my teachings throughout childhood by my parents, other relatives, and many of my peers.