For our reformed brothers and sisters. We all know the issue about "choosing" Christ for salvation, and that this is frowned upon in the camp in a sense. So, how do you accept those who have come to knowledge of Christ as Savior among those in your church? Do you ask them if they have chosen Christ? How do you "validate" their experience, what is your methodology? I for one am not "for" putting them through a class, and then presenting them for baptism so much, as I see this can lend itself toward making mental assent to truth. There have been several who have gone through a "new members" class who have seemingly been led down a road to a desired end, and that is to present them for baptism. This cannot ensure true conversion by any means. I can't say that any less have slipped trhough the cracks with this methodology. What do you do to help ensure these are "true" conversions? What do you do if one says they want to choose Christ, or, that they have decided to trust Christ as Savior? In my understanding, we explain that their conviction and drawing is Christ choosing them, and confirm their faith in Christ alone among other things. How do you handle this? Do some come forward and "choose" Christ and you just accept this, and make certain you don't let any "non-cal" know this?