I became a believer when I was 13 years old. I remember the day I got saved; before that day I knew nothing about salvation. All I needed to know that I needed to realize I was a sinner, just like every other human being, that I must repent of my sin and turn to God, and ask Jesus Christ to come into my heart and save me. I was too shy to ask someone to take the Bible and show me how to be saved, and so that I could be sure, so I knelt down at the alter, during invitation time, and my pastor's wife tapped me on the shoulder and asked me if I was saved. I panicked. I did not know if I was saved. I shook my head no. She took me down stairs and showed me verses from the Bible on salvation. As soon as I was sure what I needed to do, I did it. I asked Jesus Christ into my heart and to save me. After I got home, I told my mother I was saved, and she had no idea what I meant. I took my Bible and showed her some verses, and she was like, "That's great honey." and she left it at that. I've been trying to get my mother to go to church with me, but she keeps saying that she'll do it when she's older. Me and my father don't talk much, but he's also unsaved. Everytime I bring up the issue, they change the subject, or tell me that they'll do it later. One of these days, there isn't going to be anytime for 'later.' I want my parents to get saved and to change. My parents... are not very good role models. I know what people say about kids winding up like their parents, but I'm just the opposite of mine. I want them to get saved, but if I approach them about it they always reject it. What should I do? There's no garuntee there's going to be a tomorrow. Could someone help?