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Christricity is electrifying

Jesus said His followers will experience Holy Spirit currents flowing from within them (John 7:38). I call that “Christricity.” The living Jesus is the voltage that powers my soul! Life is wonderful when it’s humming with Christricity (even during difficult … Continue reading

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Return from institutional exile back to ekklesia

God is releasing a heart-longing for a return to ekklesia (early Christianity before it was organized into an institution). When ekklesia was replaced by institution, Christians began focusing on following procedures more than on obeying the risen Jesus. It costs … Continue reading

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“Selfianity” promotes self-focus

Christianity calls us to self-denial. Selfianity promotes self-focus. Some people want Christianity when it’s convenient and an escape clause when it’s not. When Christ is only a theory, we’ll grow spiritually weary. When He’s living within, we’ll overcome our sin. … Continue reading

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Is God making church ekklesia again?

Perhaps, today, God is slowly Moving the body of Christ Away from institutionalized Christianity, Commonly known as church, Back into Spirit-led Christianity, The original ekklesia. (Take a look at: The Joy Of Early Christianity.)

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Is modern Christianity the same as biblical Christianity?

Biblical Christianity recognized that God is love. However, they also knew that doesn’t mean that He cancels the consequences of everybody’s bad choices. Biblical Christians live like this: “Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is … Continue reading

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Christianity like you’ve never see it before!

Christianity like you’ve never seen it before. https://amzn.to/2Qh27CR

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If your faith isn’t fun, this can help

There’s too much discouragement and depression today. Faith without works (and joy) is dead. If your faith isn’t fun, this can help. Happy hour? O happy day? Joy unspeakable and full of glory? There was incredible joy in early Christianity. … Continue reading

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Get it — the joy of early Christianity!

Can Christianity be fun, exciting, joyous, and enthralling? Yes! It was for the early Christ-followers and it can be for you. The Joy of Early Christianity will show you how. It’s available at this link. Learn practical and effective ways … Continue reading

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Deinstutionalizing the faith

The New Testament’s about a supernatural movement led by the risen Jesus, not an institution. When Christianity is biblically and spiritually revitalized it tends to deinstitutionalize. Now is the time to deinstitutionalize — to invest more time in Spirit-led relationships … Continue reading

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Which Jesus? The Not-Here-Now Jesus or The Right-Here/Right-Now Jesus?

Life goes better with the right-here/right-now Jesus! Churches tend to teach through theological & theoretical talks about the not-here-now Jesus — the historical Jesus (and sometimes the Second-Coming Jesus).  However, we often miss out on the reality of the right-here/right-now … Continue reading

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