Welcome to Northland Bible Church!

How does God want us to pray for our nation?

Click here for a Scriptural guide to help us pray
for our nation with the mind of the Lord.

We invite you to FELLOWSHIP with us!
"That which we have seen and heard declare we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: and truly our fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ." (I John 1:3)
Northland Bible Church would like to encourage you in four basic priorities that God has for your life.
1. God - Knowing God and enjoying fellowship with Him is life's most important purpose.

2. The Bible - God has spoken to us through the Bible. The Scriptures provide all we need to know to serve God.

3. Salvation - Eternal salvation is the gift of God to those who believe on His Son, Jesus Christ, and receive Him as their personal Savior.

4. The Church - The church is not a building. Rather, the church is a body of believers--a family in which all the members mutually encourage each other and work together in the worship and service of God.

Real Christianity is not a Religion
It's a Relationship
Not a Religion...
The word "religion" appears only a few times in the Bible. Sometimes it is used to describe true reverence and love for God. More often "religion" refers to outward forms of worship, traditions, and even fears and superstitions. What does "religion" mean to you?
Religion means nothing to God unless you have a real and personal relationship with Him. While many people are busy trying to do things to gain God's acceptance, the Bible teaches that we cannot produce our own relationship with God. Jesus Christ, God's Son, had to come on our behalf and satisfy the demands of the law.
Only through faith in Christ's death on the cross and His resurrection from the dead, can we be assured that our sins are forgiven. By receiving God's free gift we can have a place of acceptance in His family forever! Do you have a relationship with God?

"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life" (John 3:16)

See also John 5:24, 14:1-6; Romans 3:20-26; Ephesians 2:8-10

Are You A Christian?
Are You Born Again?
Four Questions to Ask Yourself
A Christian Catechism

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