Christianity centers on embracing and sharing a core message called "the gospel” or Good News. Scripture tells us that this gospel message is "the power of God for salvation" (Rom 1:16). At Faith Community Church, we want everyone to experience God's transforming power and salvation in their lives. And so, we are a people eager to share this gospel message with others.

No one is perfect, and everyone has done something wrong. Right and wrong are not just a matter of opinion—they are rooted in reality, defined by an authority greater than human opinion.

The wrong things we do hurt other people, and the wrong things they do hurt us. That’s why they are wrong.

We all want to live in a world in which no one does anything wrong—that is, no one hurts other people. But the fact is, none of us is perfect, and therefore none of us is fit to be in a perfect world.

People cannot turn themselves around. Some people have pretty good ethics, but even they have flaws. It doesn’t work to let people choose their own ethics, and it doesn’t work to impose one person’s ethics on everyone else. We need an authority for ethics that is greater than humanity.

We have all fallen short and cannot save ourselves. We need to be forgiven—and we need help that is stronger than human help. We need God.

The gospel teaches that God has supplied what we need—he supplies the definition of right and wrong; he supplies the forgiveness that we need; he supplies the supernatural power to change us, and he does all this in Jesus Christ.

The crucifixion of Christ shows us how awful wrongdoing is, and it assures us that the price for it has been paid.
His crucifixion gives us evidence that we have been forgiven, and his resurrection gives us evidence that he is our salvation. God has come to us and saved us because we could not save ourselves. We need this kind of salvation, and the gospel of Jesus Christ teaches that God has given us what we need.

That’s the good news, and we can trust in the finished work of God, not in the flimsy goodness of human beings.

Our Response - There is only one thing left for us to do; believe God or not believe God. Jesus said, "He that believes on me has everlasting life."  (John 6:47)  Right now, why not trust Him as your Savior from sin and you can know that you have eternal life.

His love becomes yours when you talk to Him something like this, you can do it right where you are, "Lord, I've been doing my life my way, I've sinned. My own hope for being forgiven, of knowing God, of ever getting to Heaven is You. I'm putting all my trust in You Lord Jesus, thank you for dying and paying for all the stuff I’ve done wrong.”