Many who appear to be apathetic Christians are in actual fact bored, burned-out or broken by religion. Any excitement that they once had as believers has long been snuffed out by what has masqueraded as Christianity, but really isn’t. Bored Instead of a dynamic relationship with Jesus that’s shared with other believers, they’ve been restricted… Continue reading Bored, Burned-Out, Broken or Blessed?
Messianic Judaism – Celebration or Separation Part 2
Cult-like Movement Messianic Judaism is a term coined to distinguish Jewish believers in Jesus as the Messiah. But, despite the joy of Jews believing in Jesus as their Messiah, it is sadly a movement within Christianity with cult-like tendencies. The movement parades itself under the guise of mere cultural Christianity, but it often carries menacing… Continue reading Messianic Judaism – Celebration or Separation Part 2
Real Church Life Blog – 2012 Review
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. This blog got about 1,900 views in 2012. Click here to see the complete report.
What did Jesus Write in the Sand?
Have you ever wondered what Jesus wrote in the sand? Some readers might immediately be thinking. “Oh boy! Another one of those nutters! No one really knows what Jesus wrote in the sand!” See for Yourself Firstly, read John Chapters 7 & 8. Then read Jeremiah 17:5-13. For more on this go to What did Jesus Write in… Continue reading What did Jesus Write in the Sand?
The Good News of an Exchanged Life – Part 1
How Good is the Good News? What we grasp of the Good News when we receive Jesus Christ as our personal Lord and Savior is minuscule compared to what the Good News in its fullness really is. You may have come to Jesus for any of the following: God’s offer of pardon for sin seeking… Continue reading The Good News of an Exchanged Life – Part 1