Posts from the ‘Real Church’ Category

This Is What God Says

The word of God came to me while I was asleep, and it awakened me. Read more…

Seeking, But Not Finding

So, in less than ten years we have seen what institutional religion has to offer. Read more…

Jesus Is Real – Religion Is Not

The reason I started this blog rests with the truth that Jesus is real. Meeting, living with and for Creator, supervised by Paraclete, goes beyond mere intellectual assent. Read more…

A Place of Death and Life

A hospital is a dangerous place. Diseases, traumas, and pain all concentrate into one place. If you are healthy and visit you risk catching a disease. If you are very sick you risk contracting an illness that will hasten your demise. Read more…

Right Power

One of the risks of organizing a religion around Jesus is that it can lead to a herd mentality rather than a Christ vitality. This can happen whether the religion is denominational or self-defined. Read more…

Dicsiplined Justice for Disciples

Very recently I commented to a blog and realized it was something I wanted to say to a larger audience. This is that comment, expanded for clarity. Read more…

The Church’s Grave

“Have the same attitude that Christ Jesus had.
Although he was in the form of God and equal with God,
he did not take advantage of this equality. Read more…

“I Went Through a Similar Situation”

I’m finding that with a blog one learns flexibility. A person commented on my post “Define Defeat”. It is so powerful I’m breaking some of my own operational rules. Read more…

The Truth About Your Father

Jesus was in a debate with the Pharisees. Remember, Pharisees were laypeople who wanted to protect their religion from foreign culture and other religions. Read more…

Endless Jewel Shared

I’m sad that believers emphasize differences and violate each other with them, and refuse to focus on what we all need in common, “Love God, love ourselves so we can love others”. Read JS Park with a loving, open mind: I’m starting to find that everyone’s Christian faith is utterly, uniquely different. Read more…