Section One - My Life Before I Became A Christian
Some people have a sudden conversion experience. For others, it can happen over a period of time without a clear pinpointed date.Whichever way your conversion occurred, try and recall here what your life was like before. What attitudes did you display? What were your behaviour and feelings about life?
Section Two - How I Came To Realise I Needed Jesus
Include here what made you turn to Jesus. Did you have a need that
Jesus met? Were you at the end of your tether and couldn't go on? Was the
process a long or a short one? Make it clear in your story that becoming a
Christian was entering into a relationship with Christ, not just subscribing to
some set of principles or way of living
Section Three - How I Became A Christian
Explain exactly what brought you to the point where you gave your life
over to Jesus. What specific step did you take to become a Christian? Was it a
sudden transformation or was it a long process?
Section Four - What Being A Christian Means
NowWhat difference has becoming a Christian made to your life?
What are the highlights? Has there been a price to pay in relationships? Based
on your experience to date, explain why you would encourage others to become a
Many commentators on place suggest that place precedes space, at least that our awareness of the particularities of place shape our interactions in the larger world (space). Because of our embodiment, we are oriented in the proximal place which guides us into the larger place. If place emerges via the convergence of time and event, held and made valuable by memory and ritual, we are creating places through out our life. Edward Casey calls this “cosmogenesis” or world creating.