Tag Archives: religion

Why Mention Hell in the Good News?

Have you ever been handed one of these? Was the Good news delivered to you this way? Did it leave you feeling loved or fearful? Did you feel that it was it driven by the unconditional love of God or by the fear of hell? You might say, “The Good news wouldn’t be good news […]

No Fear in Love + FREE E-BOOK

Candy Paull’s book, The Heart of Abundance: A Simple Guide to Appreciating and Enjoying Life, blessed my heart so much. I couldn’t help myself feel so loved, encouraged and refreshed reading through the pages. And because of that, I wanted to share an excerpt from her book and make it available here– FREE E-BOOK. An […]

How BEING The Church Can Look Like

I’m all for the church—for who it is—a people…Us. I understand that the institutional church (IC) contains people. But an IC doesn’t make people the church. We, the Body of Christ, make up the church, whether we go to an IC or not. So when one leaves an IC, he or she is not necessarily […]

10 Things The Church is Not

There were mixed responses to the reasons why I don’t go to church (institutional church) anymore. Some identify. Some think I criticize. Know that my heart is never to attack the church but to be faithful to it’s true meaning. But there is much confusion with the way the word “church” is understood and used nowadays. […]

10 Reasons Why I Don’t Go to Church Anymore

This may shock some of you who know me well. In the past, many friends of mine knew the church as my “second home.” In fact, I was so “committed” to my local church that some people have even called me a “nun.” (I find that funny now.) What?! Why?! What happened?! These are the […]