This study is a critical analysis of the doctrine of salvation, which is one of the central themes of the scriptures and core message of the Free Evangelical Assemblies. The research investigated the concept and experience of salvation in the Free Evangelical Assemblies. It discusses how Swazi Free Evangelical members experience and interpret the concept of Salvation in response to their existential problems. It is noted that while church members or the Swazi people in general embraced salvation, there has always been the persistent problem where they would turn to traditional religious rituals in times of crises. The research reveals how converts faithfully practiced the Christians‟ teachings, but still would not renounce cultural dictates, and how, by-sodoing, they found themselves living in two worlds. The study suggests that a relevant message of salvation could be the best solution to this dilemma.