Free AdviceGet Free Advice
Home | Get advice | Give advice | Topics | Columnists | - !START HERE! -
Make Suggestions | Sitemap

Get Advice

Search Questions

Ask A Question

Browse Advice Columnists

Search Advice Columnists

Chat Room

Give Advice

View Questions
Search Questions
Advice Topics


Remember me
Register for free!
Lost Password?

Want to give Advice?

Sign Up Now
(It's FREE!)


Shirts and Stuff
Page Backgrounds
Make Suggestions
Site News
Link To Us
About Us
Terms of Service
Contact Us

I want to become a Christan.

Question Posted Thursday April 21 2011, 12:15 am

i want to become a Christian but i don't no how someone help? please?

[ Answer this question ]
Want to answer more questions in the Miscellaneous category?
Maybe give some free advice about: Spirituality?

Cherokee answered Monday April 25 2011, 1:25 am:
Find a christian church and attend one Sunday morning and see how things work out for you. If you have any friends that are christian see if you can tag along with them one Sunday and experience it. Good Luck!

[ Cherokee's advice column | Ask Cherokee A Question

Cupcake_Girl answered Saturday April 23 2011, 3:08 am:
One of the first steps would be reading the bible and going to a Christian church and seeing what kind of teachings they do. If you still feel ready to convert, then talk to a priest about how you feel. It should take a few weeks for you to get comfortable before you get baptizied. You should ask yourself why you want to become a Christian. Is it because you really believe in God and want to follow His rules? Or is it because you wanna seem cool? If you said the first question then good luck on your choices!!!!!!

Why worry about tomorrow? All I want is some tea. -Mae Little

[ Cupcake_Girl's advice column | Ask Cupcake_Girl A Question

WittyUsernameHere answered Thursday April 21 2011, 10:00 pm:
Speaking as a former Christian you really don't.

But if you insist, you've got research to do. There are many different types of Christianity.

There's the traditional Catholic, the only one that actually dates back to the time of Christ. Lots of pointless ritual and tithing to the church, and lots of "Sunday Catholics" which basically means the only participation they take in the religion is showing up to church on Sunday.

There's the protestants. Methodists, Baptists, Presbyterian, possibly Lutherans. Not too sure about the Lutherans. Much shorter tradition based on being a good bit louder and more energetic about God. Experiences vary more based on the specific church you're attending than the specific denomination. From personal experience, most of the nicest genuine Christians I've met come from this group. Sadly for the world they also produce the smartest of the insane fundamentalists. Google "Westboro Baptist Church" for more information.

Then there's evangelicals. For more information on what exactly evangelicals are like, google the movie "Jesus Camp". They're generally literalistic which means the bible is the direct word of God and things like "stoning to death" are good cultural mainstays which should have been retained for modern society. The stupider side of the insane fundamentalists, mostly though willful ignorance.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to research your way in the door of any one of these Christian factions. Entrance is involved and different depending on the sect and often involves everything from sponsorship and participation to study in the beliefs of the particular sect.

Alternately, pick a group, look up a church nearby, and go to it. If you don't like one find another, and go to it. When you like one, talk to whoever preaches about joining.

[ WittyUsernameHere's advice column | Ask WittyUsernameHere A Question

ksca answered Thursday April 21 2011, 12:15 pm:
if you want to become a christian you need to go to church every sunday.

[ ksca's advice column | Ask ksca A Question

rachie726 answered Thursday April 21 2011, 5:53 am:
Listen. i am a christian and all you have to do to be a christian is to ask Jesus into you heart by say sorry for your sins and really mean it. and he will forgive you.

[ rachie726's advice column | Ask rachie726 A Question

MCC answered Thursday April 21 2011, 1:38 am:
Nice, that would be the best decision you ever made in your life because your securing your soul for eternity in heaven. Salvation in Christ is very easy. Just confess your sins to God. Acknowledge that you've sinned and its only through the precious blood of Christ that you can attain forgivenes of sins and entry to heaven. You've got to Belive that your sins are forgiven. Then get yourself a King James bible, and then find a good a bible beliving church(not all churches are.) you can join church activities where you can meet some good christians so that they can help you grow in Christ.
Email me or give me your email address. I wil send you a short article about salvation in Christ. Its the simplest thing to do yet the most IMPORTANT decision you could ever make in this life.
God Bless.

[ MCC's advice column | Ask MCC A Question

Xui answered Thursday April 21 2011, 1:15 am:
If you mean convert into Christianity the first step would be to talk to a priest.

[ Xui's advice column | Ask Xui A Question

More Questions:

<<< Previous Question: herpes outbreak that won't heal
Next Question >>> black light party

Recent popular questions:
Want to give advice?

Click here to start your own advice column!

I do believe my insanity is rising due to meditation.
pain on right chest when coughing
ok i really need help?
No connection
I have not given my older
Scared to report CP
self -control. patient. Discipline
school's player
How long after a perm til
Dating and virginity
Ignoring me... should I ask why?
I hate humans
Acne... blackheads... large pimples cures
Would I be arrested if I tried to set up payment plan for traffic tickets?
school's player
Boyfriend can't get over my dating past and wants me to let him have sex
School's play
Ways to get over someone?
Teenage Attraction Issues????
Bump on my fingernail

All content on this page posted by members of is the responsibility those individual members. Other content © 2003-2014 We do not promise accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any advice and are not responsible for content.

Attention: NOTHING on this site may be reproduced in any fashion whatsoever without explicit consent (in writing) of the owner of said material, unless otherwise stated on the page where the content originated. Search engines are free to index and cache our content.
Users who post their account names or personal information in their questions have no expectation of privacy beyond that point for anything they disclose. Questions are otherwise considered anonymous to the general public.

[Valid RSS] eXTReMe Tracker