I imagine that the majority of people who read this article are already Christians, but I like to think maybe a few ‘non-believers’ also take the time to have a read.
There are many reasons why people shy away from becoming a Christian.
Many see it as having to give up all the fun things in life. They mistakenly perceive Christians as being bound up by endless rules and regulations; forbidden to have a good time.
Nothing could be further from the truth!
Being a Christian is all about having a close, personal relationship with a heavenly Father who loves you.
Relationships are exciting. They are the most important aspect of our lives. Our relationships with our husband, wife, children, parents, boyfriend, girlfriend, friends and so on, are all an essential part of our daily life.
Christianity is first and foremost about relationships rather than rules.
It is about the most important relationship of all; our relationship with God. It is also about our relationships with other people.
You and I were created to live in a relationship with God and until we find that relationship there will always be something missing in our lives. People try to fill this emptiness in many ways; maybe striving to be wealthy or working too hard. Others try drugs, excess alcohol or promiscuity. These things may provide short term gratification, but will always leave you feeling hollow and empty inside. Once you discover that deep, meaningful relationship with your Heavenly Father, you begin to experience a life full of joy and freedom that only He can give.
Why not join us one Sunday morning? Find out more about Jesus. You’ll receive a very warm welcome and enjoy the fellowship of a great bunch of fun-loving people from many nations. Just sit quietly at the back if that’s what you want to do. You will be put under no pressure whatsoever. Our services are held mainly in Spanish with translation into English via headsets (provided). Parts are sometimes in English translated into Spanish.
Our Sunday morning service starts at 11.30am at Calle Espinar 13, Fuente Alamo.