Cutler gave his life to Christ while he was in chapel at his school. Read his story here.
"At my school's chapel, my principal got up and lead the chapel. She was teaching a lesson, and she had kept saying that Jesus wants us to follow Him. She was also saying over and over, 'Don't wait.' After the service, she brought up some teachers in case kids wanted to talk to them about getting baptized. I went back to class, but I wish I would've stayed. It bothered me as the day went on. One of my friends had told me to go home and talk about it with my parents. I was riding home in the car with our carpool friends, and the youngest daughter in fifth grade said she was getting baptized. At this point, I knew that God was trying to tell me it was time. I had thought about it many days in advance, and when this came up, I knew it was time. It had been on my mind all day, and I couldn't stop thinking about it. I kept thinking about how wonderful it was going to feel when I did it and came out of the water. That night, I said a long prayer and asked Jesus to come into my heart and be my Lord and Savior."
What a joy it is to witness such an incredible testimony of God's calling in Cutler's life. We're so thankful to be part of his story!