Advice for New Christians or Those Exploring Christianity
By Kelli Mahoney, About.com Guide
While many denominations are labeled as Christian, each denomination has some unique beliefs. Understanding what traits are common to most Christian denominations and which ones make them different can help you understand a little more about your own faith.
- What Do Protestants Believe?
- What Do Catholics Believe?
- Basics of Christianity
- Become a Christian
- Apostles' Creed - A Foundation of Faith
Advice for the New Christian
Some Christian teens find that the step to become a Christian is easier than living out a new commitment. There are new words and actions that may seem foreign to you. However, knowing how to stay strong early on in your Christian walk will help you build good habits that will help you later on as you grow.
- Churchspeak Glossary
- 4 Ways to Stay Strong in Your Faith
- Overcoming Doubt
- Can Christian Teens Have Fun?
- What is Prayer?
- Can I Be a Christian and Still Have Fun?
- Why Don't People Believe?
- Get Started with a Devotional
Understanding the Bible
For every new believer, most of their learning experience comes from the Bible. As a foundation and reference point, it is where we learn of God's will for our lives. Yet, the Bible isn't always the easiest book to read, and gaining a basic understanding of the most important book in the Christian faith is a large part of growing as a Christian.