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Your Legal Rights as a Christian According to The Bible

11 March 2017, Written by Nigel Maine, Posted in God, Faith & Miracles, Hits 489

If you are familiar with spiritual warfare then reading Ephesians 6 will come as no surprise.

Your Legal Rights as a Christian According to The Bible

When it comes to dealing with a variety of confrontations and bad situations it is often very difficult to know which way to turn.  

One of the big problems as a new Christian was that we had not been given any teaching that would help us understand the behaviour of other people. I know it might seem as a cop out, but in reality being of the world as we all are, we are conditioned to respond in a way that is consistent with everybody else.

Why the Church can’t mobilise Christians?

13 March 2017, Written by Nigel Maine, Posted in God, Faith & Miracles, Hits 341

what is really stopping Christians being the Christians they are supposed to be?

Why the Church can’t mobilise Christians?

If you have read any of my previous articles you'll know that my starting point is based upon us either leaning towards God or leaning towards Satan, however I accept that there are a multitude of reasons, attitudes and excuses why Christians find it hard to get mobilised at a grassroots level, i.e. the congregation actually doing activities en-masse.

Why Dispute Britain is a Christian Country

11 March 2017, Written by Nigel Maine, Posted in God, Faith & Miracles, Hits 331

David Cameron said we were Christian, Tim Minchin and 54 Humanists Wrote to the Daily Telegraph trying to say we are not. You Decide!

Why Dispute Britain is a Christian Country

Britain is a Christian country, not only because our Queen is Christian but also because all of our laws and statutes are based upon the Bible.

Christian values were established first; they were written in stone for Moses! as stated in the Bible, therefore all moral values have been derived from the Bible. It is deceiving to say that Christian values could be distinct from human values.

But this media debate is ONLY about religion, NOT faith or the supernatural.  What do you think?

Why Business People Won't Go To Church

11 March 2017, Written by Nigel Maine, Posted in God, Faith & Miracles, Hits 312

20 Minutes to Understand what your parents didn't

Why Business People Won't Go To Church

This explanation will show that there is more to Christianity than a few churches and a load of people following some bloke called Jesus or God or something like that! I know because I've been in business for 25 years and a Christian for five of them!

Talking or writing about Christianity and getting business people to understand it is quite a task, especially when the super-educated want to theologise the meaning out of it and your average business person thinks that Christianity is out-dated and completely irrelevant.

Where does a business fit within Church and the Christian Faith?

13 March 2017, Written by Nigel Maine, Posted in Business, Hits 358

Mention business and faith in the same sentence and the prosperity gospel quashes any support

Where does a business fit within Church and the Christian Faith?

My experience to date has been nothing short of total disbelief. How can the church say it supports it's congregations when they won't or can't minister to business people? or have they chased them all away?

Is it because life is simpler if the status quo is maintained (i.e. the pseudo poverty mentality of the organised church) and business people can just pick up their faith like anyone else.

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