First, why think about becoming a Christian? Jesus Christ was born over 2,000 years ago and confusion still reigns about what a Christian is. The word Christian is used loosely today. It can mean almost anything. In this booklet that word reflects the Bible’s description and so refers to a real Christian. Please remember that when you read the word Christian! How can I become a Christian? The first question is: What is a Christian? You need to know this to check if you really are a Christian. The second question focuses on the word become. What does become mean and involve? The third question is personal. Can I personally become a real Christian? Can I be included in all this? If so, the final question is obvious - How can this happen to me? Christians claim that where you spend eternity depends on whether or not you are a Christian. The sands of time run out very quickly. If Christians are right you need to address this matter urgently.
Other booklets by the same author currently in the
‘If only I knew…’ series:
If only I knew how God can accept me
If only I knew how I can find God today
If only I knew why God allows suffering
If only I knew how to find peace in terminal illness
These titles are revisions of booklets originally published
in the ‘How can…?’ series
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Gerard Chrispin, has written a number of books for DayOne and a series of How can…? booklets to help people to trust Christ. The first edition of The Resurrection –The Unopened Gift was published in 1999 and was his first book. It is also available in French. As a former criminal lawyer Gerard Chrispin knows how to handle evidence. As a Bible teacher, associate pastor, evangelist and author he wants his readers to know that Christ really rose again and what that can mean to them. Whether addressing church folks, conference attendees, prisoners or anyone else he has one aim: make the good news of Jesus Christ clear and simple. Married with three adult children and six grandchildren, Gerard is a former rugby player and cricketer.
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