Spiritual Christianity Poster: Primitive Faith for a Postmodern World

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[Final version of Spiritual Christianity: Theology, Simplified]

PassionTalks Poster Session, August 11, 2018

Convergence House of Prayer, Fremont, California

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1r85tCpqvFYNHYQAsp-F7XTtH1C-Yhzpj1NfBTrXRHOI/edit?usp=sharing

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Lesson 2/6: Growing Up (Anjali’s Catechism)

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DiscipleshipMake Us Like Jesus

As we mentioned last time, the whole point of being a Christian is to become like Jesus: knowing God and loving others the way He did. In fact, the very word “Christian” means “little Christ.” We are supposed to be pictures of Jesus Christ, the way Jesus is a picture of God the Father.

So how do we get there?

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Lesson 1/6: You and God (Anjali’s Catechism)

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The GospelGod Loves Us Like Jesus

You are an amazing person.  You have a lot in common with other people, but there is nobody quite like you.

  • You have a body.  Head, fingers, toes, belly button.
  • You have a soul.  You think.  You feel.  You want.
  • You have a spirit.  You can reflect on your thoughts, feelings, and desires.  You can decided what kind of person you want to be.

God is amazing.  We are like God, but God is not like us.

  • Our whole universe — including us! — is like a small part of God’s body.
  • He knows everything that happens to us.  He feels everything we feel.  He wants us to know Him, and enjoy the life He give us..
  • He has a Spirit that our spirits can talk to, and hear from.

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Rohan’s Baptismal Creed

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A. Sinner’s Prayer

Dear God,

I confess that you love me better than I can ever love myself.

Please forgive me for putting myself first instead of loving you with all my heart, soul, mind and strength, and my neighbor as myself.

I am sorry for not listening to and obeying you. I open my heart to receive and trust Jesus Christ as my Savior and Lord.

Make me like Jesus through your Spirit, Word, Body, and Blood.

I ask this in the name of the Father, Son & Holy Spirit.

Amen.

B. Brief Catechism
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Becoming a Whole Christian

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I want to be a Whole Christian.

I want to love the Lord my God with all my heart, all my soul, all my mind, and all my strength, and be part of a worshipping community with others who do.

I want to love my brothers and sisters the way Christ loves me,
my neighbor as myself,
and my enemies.

Especially my enemies.  For I have discovered that I only see the log in my own eye after I find grace for the speck in someone else’s.

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