If you have repented of your sins, placed your trust in Jesus Christ as your Savior, then you are a child of God! Welcome to the family of God!
"But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, to those who believe in His name" (John 1:12)
Jesus promises to "never leave nor forsake you" (Hebrews 13:5) and to give you the Holy Spirit to guide you and give you counsel. You can learn more about God and grow in your relationship with Him by reading and obeying the Bible. We would recommend for you to read the Bible everyday -- go through a book like John or Mark (found in the New Testament) a chapter a day. Ask God to reveal to you truths about Him and for understanding on questions you may have.
Prayer should be a very important part of the Christian life. Keep talking with God throughout the day, and when you face concerns, ask Him for answers or direction. Praise Him for who He is and thank Him for what he has done and is doing in your life. When you do sin and fail to obey, turn to God and ask for forgiviness. Like a loving father, God forgives us because of Jesus. Remember, He will never quit loving you!
You should make it a priority to get involved in a church that preaches and teaches the Word of God, first and foremost, and helps you to grow in your relationship with Him. After making the decision to follow Christ, the Bible tells us to be baptized (submerged in water) -- as a physical sign of the decision you have made and how you have been "born again" (Acts 2:38). You can find a pastor at your church to talk to you about this. If you have questions about what type of church or where to find one in your local area, please contact us.
Be sure to tell someone about this big decision you have made to trust in Christ. It's important to share with family and friends what you have done, even if they do not believe in Jesus Christ and the Bible or believe in a different "god". God wants us to share with everyone who needs to hear His Story about the greatest gift -- his Son Jesus Christ.