Stop the Madness...

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Xulon Press, Sep 1, 2009 - Religion - 148 pages
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Five long-haired, tattooed guys in leather walk into a church only to be stopped at the door and told that "their kind" is not welcome... Due to people's condemnation, a contractor has to leave a church after using the F-word in a testimony to describe how awesome God really is... A seventeen-year-old girl finds solace and escape in a rock band with no thought of going to a church for help... Where is the church today? Where are the "Christians?" It seems that the church is busy being religious, judgmental and competitive. We are so busy trying to be right that we are turning people off to the awesome relationship available with Jesus Christ. Stop the Madness...Religion Sucks! Religion killed Christ, and it is still killing people today. Christianity is NOT a religion, and we need to wake up! This book is an indictment on the church and a call to wake up and embrace a new relationship with Christ. How can we love people as Jesus does with hate and unforgiveness in our eyes? Jeff Nuziard, also know as "Pastor Noose," has been in the church for some 43 years as everything from a church member, bus captain, usher, youth leader, musician, worship leader, staff member, associate pastor, senior pastor and para-church ministry pastor or leader...oh yeah, and janitor as well. Jeff is committed to taking the message of freedom and no more religion from coast to coast and border to border. His prayer is that thousands will be set free from the bondage of religion and the constraints of unforgiveness. As a single father of three young adult children, he says he understands now more than ever the need for pure relationship with Christ without religion.
 

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Contents

Section 1
vii
Section 2
xi
Section 3
13
Section 4
21
Section 5
33
Section 6
51
Section 7
61
Section 8
75
Section 9
87
Section 10
101
Section 11
115
Section 12
131
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