Yes, that's accurate. Prayer is simply talking to God just like you would talk to your neighbor or friend. (Respectfully, of course. He IS God after all! ) There is no need to chant special prayers made up by someone else or to have someone else chant or pray them for you. In fact most times these kind of so called "prayers" have little meaning because they are nothing more than memorized words. You wouldn't go to visit your neighbor and start singing or chanting some memorized script that someone else made up, and likewise we don't do this with God. Scripture (Jesus Himself) calls this "vain repetitions" and condemns the practice! When you asked how to "perform" acceptance of Christ I answered that you do it by praying but I purposely didn't give you any specific prayer to repeat. Giving someone a pre-made prayer to repeat is a common thing that is done many times, and the prayer is commonly called "The Sinner's Prayer". It is a prayer of accepting Christ but I don't recommend that to people because the pre-made words of that (or any) prayer are not going to reflect the person's true feelings they need to convey to God. I gave you the basics of the concepts that you would want to convey to God (If those concepts reflect what you now feel) and left it up to you to put it into your own words that accurately reflect what you feel. (Besides, you'd probably want to pray in German anyway. Contrary to what some American Christians like to think, God does not speak and understand only King James English! ) So this is what Jesus Himself said (in Mathew 6:7-8 as translated in the English Standard Version): "And when you pray, do not heap up empty phrases as the Gentiles do, for they think that they will be heard for their many words ("vain repetitions" in the King James Translation). Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him." Then Jesus gives an example of how to pray. (Famously called "The Lord's Prayer" or "The Model Prayer in some churches,or "The Our Father" in Catholic churches because that's it's first words.) But Jesus didn't intend this to be constantly recited over and over either. He said (in Verse 9) "Pray then like this..." not "pray this". He intended it to just be an example of how to pray, contrasted to the chants and memorized incantations of the religious pharisees of the day. So Jesus Himself supported what you just said, that prayers can be delivered anytime, anyway and anywhere. He already knows what's on your mind, He just asks that you do your part of communicating it to Him anyway.