A Personal Message from Our President and Owner:
The most important aspect of my life is my faith. After researching and scrutinizing the proof, I came to realize that God is real and desires a relationship with us. Accepting the sacrifice of His own life for mine, Yeshua (Jesus) has changed my entire life for the better. While I do not proselytize in the workplace or discriminate in any way, I will answer questions, interject in relevant conversations, and make my faith known freely. If you continue reading on this page, it is of your own free will.*
My greatest desire is for people to come to know the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob personally. The simple truth is that there is a God who created you and loves you very much. (Genesis 1:1)
The Bible is not a textbook. It is however, the instruction book for life and its veracity, continuity, and unified message is a miracle considering it was written by over 40 authors on 3 continents over a span of 1800 years. If you and I tried to create one unified short story by writing simultaneously in different rooms of the same house, it could hardly fit together as amazingly as the Bible with its diverse pedigree.
My belief in Jesus was no brain-checked, blind belief. I studied major world religions and worldviews as well as philosophy and psychology. In light of everything I learned, I realized that there is no way to deny the existence of God and the logic and truth of His Son, Jesus.
If you are not sure or have been searching for truth, I invite you to read on, contact me directly, or find a good Bible teaching church (references below).
Just like any relationship, you need to spend time with someone if you want to get to know them well. The way to know God is through the Bible. The link below has a few different Bible studies that will help you get going. It’s also important to find a church you can attend where they teach the Bible. This will allow you to talk with a pastor who will help explain questions you might have, and it will give you a chance to spend time with other Christians who can encourage you.
What Does All This Mean?
God gave us life and deserves our gratitude and love. We, however, have chosen to disobey Him and sin against Him; all of us have done wrong and failed to do what is right. (Romans 3:23)
We may not be more sinful than our neighbor, or we may be far worse than anyone we know, it does not matter. Either way, we are guilty before God. (1 John 1:8)
God is perfect, completely good, always just and fair. He cannot tolerate sin. He cannot simply overlook the fact that we have chosen to disobey Him. The Bible says “the wages of sin is death.” (Romans 6:23). God is perfectly just, and so He must uphold His own rules.
This means that the fair payment for our rebellion against God is death. It is the punishment that we deserve. But God made a way of redemption. So that we can be in relationship with Him and stay in His presence. God, the rule-maker, then became judge, and as our judge, He stepped down and also took the sentence He gave us as His own. Jesus, the one and only Son of God, came to earth and lived a perfect sinless life. He was crucified even though He was completely innocent. He received the punishment that we deserved. As fully God and fully man, He was the perfect sacrifice. He was put into our place and took on Himself the sentence of death that should have been ours. (Romans 5:8)
Jesus did not, however, remain dead. After three days, He rose from the grave and later ascended into heaven. He will return for all those who are trusting in Him as their Savior.
Jesus died for you. You can be saved from death and separation from God by asking Him for forgiveness from your sins. If you are willing to repent of your sin, He is waiting to forgive you. It doesn’t matter what you have done in the past, if you cry out to Jesus for forgiveness, He will not reject you. The word “repent” literally means “to turn away from.” You need to look at your life, admit that you are a sinner, genuinely desire to turn your back on that sin, and ask Him to forgive you. If you do this, He promises to forgive you. True Christianity is not about attending a particular church, or how your parents raised you, or what country you were born in. Being a Christian means that you have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, that He is your Savior. It’s not good enough that your priest, pastor, mother, or aunt knows Jesus, you must know Him for yourself. They cannot believe in Him for you, you must believe for yourself. They cannot repent for you, you must repent for yourself. Jesus is everywhere all the time. He can hear you now if you ask Him for forgiveness. Please turn your life over to Him NOW. Time slips by so quickly, don’t miss this opportunity. If you want to pray and ask Jesus to be your Savior, you can say a prayer something like this:
“Jesus, I realize that I have sinned against you. I know that justice demands that sin be punished with eternal separation from You. That punishment is eternal death. Jesus, I believe that You died in my place so that I can live forever with You when this life is over. Forgive me for my sin. I cannot cover or take my sin away, I am relying totally and only on You. You are the only one who can save me. I reject my sin, I turn away from it, I repent. Come into my life, take away my sin, and show me how to live my life in a way that is right and pleasing to You.”
If you have believed that Jesus is God and that he died in your place, when you prayed this, you are now completely forgiven, a new creation, innocent in the eyes of God. Welcome to the family of God! It is important for you to start to grow in your relationship with Jesus. Find a good Bible teaching Church and start reading the Bible daily:
Of course, if you would like to speak to me and ask any questions regarding the Bible, God, Jesus, or my own journey, I am happt to speak to any true seekers at any time.
*My Virtual HR Director does not discriminate in any way in its business and employment practices and does not condone discrimination of any kind from its clients. All actions, suggestions, recommendations, decisions, and consultation will be made without regard to any protected characteristic under federal, state, or local law. All Company representatives are required to conduct themselves with professional conduct guided by the Company’s Code of Ethics and Guiding Principles which are derived from the Jewish Scriptures and the Christian New Testament (together comprising the Bible). This reflects the beliefs and practices of the Company’s owner. Our adherence to these principles and moral truths is essential to the success and good reputation of the business. These guidelines are applicable no matter what background you have or beliefs you hold as they do not discriminate or call for discrimination in any way. We expect all employees, contractors, clients, vendors, and others to respect our values and uphold our professional standards as documented.