“Either this man was, and is, the son of God, or else a madman or something worse. You can shut him up for a fool, you can spit at him and kill him as a demon or you can fall at his feet and call Him Lord and God, but let us not come with any patronising nonsense about his being a great human teacher. He has not left that open to us. He did not intend to.”

CS Lewis


For over 2000 years people have debated the identity of this man who turned the world upside down. He’s been labelled a religious leader, a good teacher, a political revolutionary or even just a really nice man! But what about you – who do you say Jesus is?

That is probably the most critical question you will ever answer.

We believe the answer is found in the pages of the Bible. It tells us that Jesus was indeed a man, where he was born and where he died, but the Bible also tells us that Jesus was God incarnate – God in human form. He was both fully man and fully God. Jesus was conceived through the power of the Holy Spirit, lived an amazing sinless life, but at the appointed time was crucified on a cross.

Why is that significant?

Because it was part of God’s master-plan to redeem mankind and bring them back to Himself. Jesus died in order to atone for our sins, something we could not do for ourselves. He was the promised Saviour who came into the world to save us and set us free. Free from separation from God, free from the penalty of sin, free to live life in all its fullness.

And that is the best news, ever!

The ‘gospel’ – the good news – is that Jesus died, but rose again, proving that He had indeed conquered sin and death. For all who believe in him, accepting His free gift of salvation, there would be new liberty and new life.

We believe that truly knowing who Jesus is, on a relational level, is the most important thing we could ever know. We believe that He is the Son of God and that faith in Jesus makes us right with God, as Romans 10:9 tells us: “If you declare with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord’, and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.”

This is the best news in history and the gift of salvation is free to everyone!

To be made whole, or to be saved, is to submit to God and His plan and purpose for our lives. It’s a turning from our old ways and turning to Jesus, asking Him for forgiveness from our sins and to give us a new life.

If you are not sure whether you are right with God or you know in fact that you need Jesus in your life, you can choose to follow Him right now by praying a prayer of surrender to Jesus.



This Is How Much God Loved The World: He Gave His Son, His One And Only Son. And This Is Why: So That No One Need Be Destroyed; By Believing In Him, Anyone Can Have A Whole And Lasting Life.

John 3:16 MSG

Why not join billions of people who’ve already discovered salvation from the choke hold of sin, fear and guilt on their lives, through knowing Jesus? You too can journey from darkness to light, from death to life, from sorrow to unspeakable joy.

Make this prayer your own:

Dear Lord Jesus,

I believe You are real, And I can see now that You love me,
I know I’m not perfect, And I have made some mistakes,
But I ask for Your forgiveness.
I believe that You took my place and gave Your life for me, And that You rose from the dead.
I want to stop living my way and invite You into my life,
I want to trust and follow You as my Lord and as my Saviour,
From now on my life is Yours And I want to live for you.



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