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Christian Life


What is a Christian? People from all faiths come up with different definitions. For me-Christianity is more than just a religion , but a personal intimate relationship with God through Jesus-Yeshua .

When was this "term" first used in the Bible?

"...and when he found him, he brought him to Antioch. So for a whole year Barnabas and Saul met with the church and taught great numbers of people. The disciples were called Christians first at Antioch."-Acts 11:26

It's a lifestyle, which isn't perfect (yes, we are all hypocrites, which is why we chose Jesus to be our "Lord"-we need Him to direct our lives and we cannot live life by our selves)with daily temptations and/or life challenges. This is why I made the links down below to show what I feel is part of being a Christian....

*Note: I'm no expert on these life lessons, but I just want to direct or point people the one who God-Elohim through His Son Jesus!

  • Accidents, personal stories from Morris!
  • Accuser, cults, occult, and other demonic strongholds
  • Backslidden, drifting away from our Heavenly Father?
  • Bible, a "love letter" from our Heavenly Father
  • Blessings, "when the praises go-up, the blessings come down"
  • Christian Portfolio, Sal's resume as a Christian

  • *ever heard of this? Well, I first heard of this when a missionary (former UMM alumn) came to share at the local church I curently attend. She encouraged us to do this to show others how you've been serving God and for other mission groups to know more about you when applying for a mission trip.
  • Discipling, mentoring one and one
  • Death, part of life!
  • Dreams
  • Eternity, commonly asked questions about Heaven
  • Evangelism, sharing the "good news"
  • Faith
  • Family, balancing ministry and family life
  • Fellowship, surrounded and encouraged by the Family in Christ
  • Financial, tips on budgeting and other daily life spending from a personal experience
  • Friendship, lovely e-mail forwards
  • Good Works, how much "good" we need to do?
  • Hope, keep hope alive from stories of life challenges
  • Hypocrites, the church is filled with them!
  • Joy, get some laughter!
  • Love
  • Ministry, getting equipped!
  • Missions, reaching the nations from UMMAlpha!
  • Patience
  • Persecution
  • Prayer communicating with God
  • Prophecy
  • Purpose
  • Rest, for the soul
  • Single Life
  • Sex
  • Sin-Less
  • Sufferings
  • Worship and Praise, in spirit and truth (lifestyle and singing)
  • GoodNewsUMM TableMinistry
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    Morris, MN 56267


  • Calvary Road, by Dr. Roy Hession

  • *an awesome book my "Workplace" Bible-Study is currently (Jan 2007) going through. It's about being "broken" (humble) and the recent chapter I just read is about ministering to our very own homes first.
    Table of Contents

    Reccomended Resources


    Deep Thought

    Persecution: He Wasn't Kidding

    "When you have a bad day and you feel persecuted, think of the Apostle Paul. Your life is a picnic compared to his."



  • History Maker, from Delirious

  • " I'm gonna be a history maker in this land
    I'm gonna be a speaker of truth to all mankind
    I'm gonna stand, I'm gonna run
    Into your arms, into your arms again
    Into your arms, into your arms again

    Well it's true today that when people stand
    With the fire of God, and the truth in hand
    We'll see miracles, we'll see angels sing
    We'll see broken hearts making history
    Yes it's true and I believe it
    We're living for you"

  • In Christ Alone, from Newsboys (
  • Religion/Theology

    *many of the book below were refered during a sermon by Nate Rooney, pastor of Harvest Community Church (Fargo, ND), a UMM Alumn-on Sunday, April 22nd of 2007 at Morris Community Church

  • A Case for Christ, from Lee Strobel

  • Reviews:
    AllAboutJesus Christ
    "(1998) is book by Christian apologist and former journalist Lee Strobel supporting the thesis that Jesus of Nazareth was the unique son of God. In it, he conducts a series of investigative interviews of Christian scholars and experts, whose replies refute many of the typical objections to Christianity"
  • New Evidence That Demands a Verdict Book, by Josh McDowell from

  • Reviews:
    Facing the Challenge
    "'Evidence That Demands a Verdict' volumes 1 & 2 were classics. 'The New Evidence...' is fully updated in one volume to answer questions challenging followers of Christ in the 21st Century. This revised edition contains some helpful new material on apologetics in the light of postmodernism and the 'death of truth'."
  • Letters from a Sceptic, from Greg Boyd

  • Reviews:
  • More than a Carpenter, by Josh McDowell of

  • Reviews:
    Campus Crusade
    "Josh McDowell thought Christians must be "out of their minds." He put them down. He argued against their faith.
    But eventually he saw that his arguments wouldn't stand up. Jesus Christ really was God in human Flesh. Josh became a speaker on college and university campuses, challenging those who were just as skeptical as he had been.
    In More Than a Carpenter Josh focuses upon the person who changed his life--Jesus Christ. It is a hard-headed book for people who are skeptical about Jesus' deity, his resurrection and his claims on their lives."



  • Duty/Obedience Cartoon, from Donghaeng
  • History

  • Wikipedia
  • E-mail Forward

    From: "Poniman and Linda"
    Subject: When I say... "I am a Christian"
    Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2006 20:16:49 +0700

    "When I say... "I am a Christian"
    I'm not shouting "I'm clean livin'."
    I'm whispering "I was lost,
    Now I'm found and forgiven."

    When I say... "I am a Christian"
    I don't speak of this with pride.
    I'm confessing that I stumble
    and need Christ to be my guide.

    When I say... "I am a Christian"
    I'm not trying to be strong.
    I'm professing that I'm weak
    And need His strength to carry on.

    When I say... "I am a Christian"
    I'm not bragging of success.
    I'm admitting I have failed
    And need God to clean my mess.

    When I say... "I am a Christian"
    I'm not claiming to be perfect,
    My flaws are far too visible
    But, God believes I am worth it.

    When I say... "I am a Christian"
    I still feel the sting of pain.
    I have my share of heartaches
    So I call upon His name.

    When I say... "I am a Christian"
    I'm not holier than thou,
    I'm just a simple sinner
    Who received God's good grace, somehow! *


  • The Passion for Christ, my perspective and reflections
  • Names of God

  • Names of God Reveal Him, from all about God

  • "Elohim (GOD) is combined with other words to describe certain characteristics of God. Some examples: Elohay Kedem - God of the Beginning: (Deuteronomy 33:27). Elohay Mishpat - God Of Justice: (Isaiah 30:18). Elohay Selichot - God Of Forgiveness: (Nehemiah 9:17). Elohay Marom - God Of Heights: (Micah 6:6). Elohay Mikarov - God Who Is Near: (Jeremiah 23:23). Elohay Mauzi - God Of My Strength: (Psalm 43:2). Elohay Tehilati - God Of My Praise: (Psalm 109:1). Elohay Yishi - God Of My Salvation: (Psalm 18:47, 25:5). Elohim Kedoshim - Holy God: (Leviticus 19:2, Joshua 24:19). Elohim Chaiyim - Living God: (Jeremiah 10:10). Elohay Elohim - God Of Gods: (Deuteronomy 10:17)."

    "Here are some examples of YHVH (LORD) used in scripture: YHVH Elohim - LORD God: (Genesis 2:4). YHVH M'kadesh - The LORD Who Makes Holy: (Ezekiel 37:28). YHVH Yireh - The LORD Who Sees/provides: (Genesis 22:14). YHVH Nissi - The LORD My Banner: (Exodus 17:15). YHVH Shalom - The LORD Of Peace: (Judges 6:24). YHVH Tzidkaynu - The LORD Our Righteousness: (Jeremiah 33:16). YHVH O'saynu - The LORD our Maker: (Psalm 95:6).

    101 Ways Your Church Can Change the World
    "Sometimes those of us in the church tend to do the same things over and over again because they've worked in the past. The author of this book served as a church leader and pastor for over 40 years and was always looking for new ideas for reaching out to the community and world to make a difference. It's true that what works in one community may not work in another; what excites some people may not inspire others. This Ebook is provided hoping it will spark new, fun and effective ways for your church to reach out to a hurting world."

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