If you are looking for religious views that line up with main stream thinking and are politically correct – you’re in the wrong spot.

Jesus wasn’t politically correct in his day, and neither are we.

We will extend grace and courtesy to everyone, however, the assumption that we will “turn the other cheek” when ridiculed or taunted will yield some interesting and not always pleasant results.

What We  Believe: 

  • Jesus Christ is the Son of the Living God.
  • Jesus died for our sins, was buried, rose from the dead, and is coming again.
  • The Bible is the inspired Word of God – absolute in its authority and complete in its revelation.
  • The Church is the body of Christ – as followers, we look to the Bible for guidance..
  • Love and grace are to be shown to all people
  • The term “separation of church and state” is nowhere in the constitution and was discussed by the founders to emphasize the fact that the government could not create a state sanctioned religion, like the Church of England.  It did not mean that religion should be ignored by the state or removed from the public square.
  • The Federal Government should restrict its activities to the functions enumerated in the Constitution.  All other governmental functions should return to the states.
  • We have the right and obligation to defend ourselves and those around us.
  • The 2nd amendment applies to all law abiding citizens of the US, not just the elites.
  • We are all sinners and each of us should strive to become better human beings, better citizens and better Christians.

What is a Bad Christian?

A Bad Christian is a an individual who struggles with their faith while trying to “get right with God”.  It’s someone who sees the evil in the world and wonders why it occurs and what lessons we are supposed to draw from that evil.  As long as the evil is in another country, we’ll read about it in the news.  When it comes to our shores, then it is no longer just evil, it is a threat, and it is personal.

A Bad Christian is someone who supports homeless outreach, but doesn’t like to work with the homeless – give money, yes; be concerned about their well-being, yes; have the homeless over for dinner, no; support meals-on-wheels, yes; work at a soup kitchen, no.

A Bad Christian is someone who knows they are a repeat sinner, but keeps trying anyway.