- File Size: 149 KB
- Print Length: 51 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: BADCHRISTIAN.COM (December 4, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 4, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00H3OV35M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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I have always felt worthy to pastor people because of my "good christianess" In recent days certain tragedies have happened in my life. These things have rocked me and have made me feel like a "Bad Christian". This book has opened my eyes and confirmed with me that I have always been a badchristian and not to feel guilty about it but to embrace it and truly follow Jesus, not the church culture that I had previously submitted to.
I am a bad Christian and I can pastor people honestly knowing this. This book has helped me align myself more with Jesus himself rather than the "ideal good Christian" that the church puts forward.
I feel encouraged to live honestly and openly in everyday life and to reveal my weaknesses without shame so that God's strength can be made great in my weakness.
I am thankful for what God is doing in my heart and life since I have read this book. My family has been apart of a new church plant and all the "wonderful" bumps in the road that can come with that. God has heavily placed a burden upon my heart for accountability in our church and how much I need to humbly be open with my church family. I just boldly brought it up at our last ladies meeting and it has been good to see accountability in action, to have phone calls of confession of struggles from other ladies of the same sins I myself struggle with too! What a relief to know I am not the only one who fails in that area on a daily basis! (of course, I do know I am not the only one, but to hear such a confession from a fellow sister is truly comforting). It's encouraging to myself to send text messages of scriptures and prayers throughout the week to my sister--not just a quick hello on Sunday morning. Yes! The church needs community and fellowship. We need one another and we need to build up one another.
Totally read this book and be encouraged--No matter what your faith is or if you have no faith at all, be encouraged.
Thank you Matt, Toby and Joey. Keep doing what you are doing!
My only complaint was that there wasn't more! Kindle doesn't show how many pages this book has, but it feels a little too short to be called a "book". Anyways, it was worth it regardless. Keep up the awesome work guys!
The guys are transparent and honest about who they are (Christians who are bad, who struggle with sin) and who Jesus is (the perfect man who accomplished all for us). Plus, they are FUNNY. It's not just a refreshing read, it's an entertaining one too.
Most American Christians these days are good about calling Jesus great but we are terrible about being transparent and honest about sin and struggles we have. We think we can hide sin or fix ourselves. The real belief behind this is that Jesus isn't so great and so we have to do some of the work--wrong! This book works to undo that kind of thinking among Christians. We are weak, broken, and bad and Jesus has done everything to save us--it's time to start being honest about that!