Conversion

"Repent therefore and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out, so that times of refreshing may come from the presence of the Lord" (Acts 3:19).

The journey of conversion is a monumental step for any Christian. If you feel that God is calling you to His way of life, or want to know what the Bible means when it talks about conversion, then the resources below are for you.

A blog post by Jacob Mammen
Lord, What Do You Want Me To Do?

“So he (Saul), trembling and astonished, said, 'Lord, what do You want me to do?'” (Acts 9:6)

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A blog post by Amanda Boyer

Recently I returned from Thailand where I taught at a school called the Legacy Institute. Legacy runs on a volunteer basis, as a service to young adults in Southeast Asia who are interested in learning the Christian faith and English language. Over the last year, I’ve had many new interesting, exciting and challenging experiences, but through them all, these are the three lessons that I learned.

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A blog post by Mitchell Moss
10 Days to Passover - Day 3

Instead of going back to Bethany to stay the night after the lengthy preaching and Olivet Prophecy, Jesus probably stayed on the Mount of Olives overnight. The next day is recorded in Matthew 26:1-5, Mark 14:1-2 and 10-11, and Luke 22:1-6, where we will read what happened:

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A blog post by Mitchell Moss

On His way from Ephraim to Jerusalem, Jesus stopped in Jericho, which is on the route between the two towns. In Jericho, he meets a man named Zacchaeus, and the story of what happens next will provide our point for meditation today (Luke 19:2-10):

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Transforming Your Life: The Process of Conversion

Transforming Your Life: The Process of Conversion

We will examine the Bible's teaching on conversion. Contrary to what many think, it is not just a one-time event. Instead the Scriptures reveal that it is a process.The process begins with God's calling, followed by the key steps of repentance, baptism and the receiving of the Holy Spirit—finally climaxing with the return of Jesus Christ, when the dead in Christ are resurrected to immortality and given eternal life. That is the ultimate transformation, being changed from a mortal to an immortal being!

Making Life Work

Making Life Work

Looking for some good advice? You may not realize it, but you probably already own the best self-help book ever published, one that's loaded with practical guidance to help you achieve success in your career, friendships, finances, family and every other aspect of life. That book is your Bible. We've prepared this guide, Making Life Work, to help you discover the Bible's principles for success.

Bible Study Course Lesson 8: What is Christian Conversion?

Bible Study Course Lesson 8: What is Christian Conversion?

In this lesson we examine the process by which our lives can be turned to God -- the process of conversion.

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