"The Christian Life is a one-another life" - David Antwi
The Sinner’s prayer is a short verbal prayer of repentance that is often said at the altar. A Christian can even lead a person to say this prayer on the roadside.
In this prayer, the person confesses their sins, the belief that Jesus Christ died for them, and invites Christ to live in their heart as they trust in Him and follow Him as their Lord and Saviour.
Lord Jesus, I know that I am a sinner, I believe that You died on the cross, was buried and resurrected on the third day to save me from eternal death, through the forgiveness of sin by Your blood. From this day forward, I am born again to eternal life, and I am a child of God. Holy Spirit, I receive your help to live this new life, all the remaining days of my life. Amen
If you’d like to make Kharis your local Church, we’d love to welcome you to the family. As part of your welcome, we’ve created some interactive sessions to help you get to know Kharis, our values and our beliefs.
If you’d like to become a member of Kharis, get in touch with your local branch.
Serving in church is part of our worship to God. From sanctuary keepers to ushers to kid’s club teachers, every believer has a role to play in God’s House. Joining a department also helps you grow as a believer and live out what the New Testament describes as the “One Another” life – that’s how we should relate to one another.
Get in touch with your local Kharis branch to find out how you can join a department.