Shiloh’s Spiritual Life
At SHCS we desire that each young person enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. We endeavor to provide opportunities to see this occur through one-on-one conversations with the students, daily Bible classes, weekly chapels, and annual spiritual retreats. Once a relationship with Christ has been formed, we encourage each young person to live out his faith through spending time alone with God each day, being a godly example, witnessing to friends and family, attending church faithfully, and consistently serving others. We realize God has placed us on this earth for a specific purpose and we encourage each person to live so as to make his life count for eternity.
What does it mean to “be born again”?
We believe to “be born again” means that a person has first recognized the fact that he is a sinner. That is, he understands the reality that he has done things in his life that have caused him to miss the mark of God’s holiness and perfection (Romans 3:23). The second thing that this involves is the understanding that there is a price to be paid for one’s sin. The ultimate price to be paid is death (Romans 6:23). The third aspect of “being born again” includes the realization that Jesus Christ actually paid the debt for our sin when He died on the cross in our place (Romans 6:23). The last part of “being born again” incorporates one’s complete reliance upon God for the forgiveness of sins and total trust in Him for eternal life (Romans 10:9, 10,13). We acknowledge that this is a personal decision each individual must make for himself as a result of the working of the Holy Spirit in his life. The ultimate question is this: Have you been born again?
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