Churchin' Ain'T Easy

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People say, "Come to Jesus, and everything will be all right." Although this is true, there is a wide gap between conversion and everything being "all right." As a new Christian, your old friends may think you've changed too much, while your new church friends may think you haven't changed enough. You're supposed to handle things in view of Christ, but how do many of His teachings translate to modern life? And then there are the difficulties involved in finding a church.

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Churchin' Ain't Easy: What All Christians Need to Know But Few Take the Time to Share!

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Overview

People say, "Come to Jesus, and everything will be all right." Although this is true, there is a wide gap between conversion and everything being "all right." As a new Christian, your old friends may think you've changed too much, while your new church friends may think you haven't changed enough. You're supposed to handle things in view of Christ, but how do many of His teachings translate to modern life? And then there are the difficulties involved in finding a church.

CHURCHIN' AIN'T EASY is a guidebook for the new Christian, written by Jennifer Gilbert, an experienced preacher, teacher, and prophet who's not afraid to tell it like it is. Gilbert includes her own personal struggles to encourage you and make her lessons applicable to your daily life as you walk the Christian path. She helps you navigate between your life's destruction and your life's destiny by answering questions like, "What am I supposed to do now?," "Why so many churches?," and more.

The most important foundational truth Gilbert wishes to share with the new believer is the need to have a relationship with Christ instead of a relationship with religion. A new believer needs to have a supportive church that feels like home-especially as you struggle to survive the transition in your lifestyle. Develop your walk with Christ in order to become a successful and balanced Christian, filled with the Lord's peace, love, and understanding.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781450290913
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/22/2011
  • Pages: 112
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.44 (d)

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