Christian Ministries

Is John Hagee a Heretic?

Before the Four Blood Moons book, written by popular Christian evangelist John Hagee, there was another book that has stirred up much controversy over heretical claims that Hagee made in defense of the nation of Israel and the Jewish people. In the below promotional video of his book, In Defense of Israel, Read More

Bibles International: ‘We Don’t Sue Our Brothers in Christ, Our Lawyers Do!’

Bibles International, whose stated mission is "to advance Christ's church through conservative Bible translation" into diverse languages, has now severely veered from Christian principles by threatening to sue a brother in Christ, despite the Apostle Paul's admonishment in 1 Corinthians 6 that it is Read More

Church Life in Fiji

Christians in Fiji On the surface of it, going to church is pretty much the same no matter what country you do it in: usually there are some songs, there are some prayers, and someone talks a bit about some of the ways you could be a better person (or something in that genre). That's what you might get out of a one-time Read More

Christians Around the World

Christians around the world I've been asking Christians around the world one simple question: "What is it like being a Christian where you live?" The responses have been both enlightening and exciting to read. While we live in an increasingly globalized society, we tend to remain very regional when it comes to our sense of worship. Read More

A Christian in India: My Encounter with the LORD

Living Waters Ministries I was born in a Christian family. I live in a beautiful country India, a country which is filled with green vegetation and beautiful landscapes. India is rich in heritage and culture. You find historical monuments and ancient wealth reflecting the ancient civilization. However, the population of Christianity Read More

Church Growth Consultants

In a recent discussion with a pastor and author of a church, the term "church growth consultants" was brought up, as we discussed the role of the traditional church in light of what has been called the "organic church" «Read the full thread. The discussion was about how slick some mega-churches have Read More

Addicted to the Internet?

It's Christmas Eve, and I find myself glued to my computer, working on my blogs, checking my Google Adsense revenue, tweaking my pages on my company website, and looking for good affiliates to add to my network of sites. If you are visiting this site, chances are you are addicted to the Internet too, Read More

Church without Walls

Whether you go to "church on Sundays" or fellowship at home, I think you'll enjoy my post on Squidoo, entitled, "Church without Walls". I answer the question: "What is church?" and approach it from a Biblical perspective. Please press "like" on Squidoo to share with your friends! Thanks! & Read More

180 Movie: The Link between the Holocaust and Abortion

A friend of mine posted a link to the 180movie on Facebook and I felt compelled to share this with as many people as possible. Taking a clearly Christian stance, the 180movie makes a compelling link between the importance of not forgetting the reality of the Holocaust and abortion. I was also Read More

House of God

I am as content in my house as the house of God, worshipping Him night and day; whether in playing with my children or hearing them laugh, praising His name from the rooftops, or seeking the Silence in our nightly prayer. I don't go to church; I am the church. I am she, the Bride of Christ. Read More
Christian-Way.com is a community blog and does not necessarily endorse all the views of its contributors.