Jesus Christ, Savior of the World
Jesus Christ loves you. No matter who you are, or what you have done. No matter how many people have told you that you aren't good enough, Jesus loves you. No matter how badly you've been hurt by the Church and its members, Jesus loves you.
It's a deep love
A gentle love
A love that will break your heart wide open
A love that will knit your heart back together again
A love that will change your life for ever.
Come meet Jesus with us.
What we mean about Jesus...
Q.What do we mean when we say that Jesus is the only Son of God?
A We mean that Jesus is the only perfect image of the Father, and shows us the nature of God.
Q.What is the nature of God revealed in Jesus?
A.God is love.
Q.What do we mean when we say that Jesus was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and became incarnate from the Virgin Mary?
A.We mean that by God's own act, his divine Son received our human nature from Mary, his mother.
Q.Why did he take our human nature?
A.Jesus, the Son of God, became human to learn about humanity by living as one of us, and to lead us into eternal life through him. Through him all humanity is adopted as children of God, and be made heirs of God's kingdom.
Q.What is the great importance of Jesus' suffering and death?
A. By his obedience, even to suffering and death, Jesus made the offering which we could not make; in him we are freed from the power of sin and reconciled to God.
Q.What is the significance of Jesus' resurrection?
A. By his resurrection, Jesus overcame death and opened for us the way of eternal life.
Q.What do we mean when we say that he descended to the dead?
A. We mean that he went to those already departed and offered them also the benefits of redemption.
Q.What do we mean when we say that he ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father?
A. We mean that Jesus took our human nature--and us-- into heaven where he now reigns with the Father and the Holy Spirit.
Q.How can we share in his victory over sin, suffering, and death?
A.We share in his victory when we are baptized into the New Covenant and become living members of Christ.