132 EOTC – Faith Still Strong One Year Later!

by Cliff Ravenscraft on September 27, 2012

in Encouraging Others Through Christ

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I am so delighted to have Wayne Jacobsen join us once again here on Encouraging Others Through Christ. This time around, Wayne and I discuss what a life of faith might look like for those who are not a part of an institution. In our conversation, I mention a blog post I recently wrote about this subject. You can read that post by clicking here.

So You Don't Want To Go To Church AnymoreOf course, I can’t pass up this opportunity to plug Wayne’s book, “So You Don’t Want To Go To Church.” Those who have been following my journey know just how much of an impact that this story had on my journey.

Here are some important links that I think you should know about:
– God Journey Podcast – Website | Podcast
– LifeStream Blog – Website | Podcast
– The Jesus Lens – Website
– So You Don’t Want To Go To Church Anymore – Amazon
– He Loves Me – Learning to Live in the Father’s Affection – Amazon

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3 comments
PatPope
PatPope like.author.displayName 1 Like

Love the comment about us not being required to please others.  Boy, is that freeing.  I've been explaining myself less and less to people, particularly if I feel it will sound like I'm making excuses.  People either understand me or they don't, but it's no longer my goal to make people understand me or like me.  I also understand that people won't necessarily understand my journey and that's okay.  I'm not going to get caught in the trap of trying to get people to understand me.   

Cliff Ravenscraft
Cliff Ravenscraft moderator like.author.displayName 1 Like

 @PatPope I'm so excited to hear that you also have found the freedom from the need to please others.  I'm surprised at how many hours a week I've gained from living my life only to please God. ;)

PatPope
PatPope like.author.displayName 1 Like

 @Cliff Ravenscraft  @PatPope Thanks, Cliff.  I saw on your Facebook page that you're in Cincinnati.  I'm in Cleveland.  Good to know there are some like-minded folks in Ohio.  :)

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