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ChristiansLIkeMe.net is a FREE Christian social network that was created so you could share and grow your faith with other Christians throughout the world. 

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  • When reading someone else's work, post either a comment or a "like" so they get feedback and know members are reading what they spent a great deal of time and energy to write.

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Pastor Rolf Anderson left a comment for Miracle Destiny
"Hello, my Sister in Christ. Welcome to Christians Like Me, a web based community of committed Christians who come here to share their faith in Jesus Christ, support each other emotionally, Learn from each other, and have some fun! May I have you first review the top of the main Home page, where you will find a Newcomers Guide, which will help with navigating this large site. Next to that are some suggestions for getting involved here. Below that are some guidelines for using the site, and some simple rules to help us all get along here. Last, but not least, is a Paypal link where if you want to support the site, you can voluntarily and occasionally donate some money for it's server costs. Aside from these donations, the costs are completely covered by a very giving and generous webmaster, Cary Byrd. Lets help him out, if we can, here. I join all the other members here in praying you fit in well, and find a home here with all of us! And, remember, if you have a question or need anythin…"
14 hours ago
Eloise Dunn posted a blog post
14 hours ago
Miracle Destiny and Laurene Mkamanga joined Join the #1 Christian Social Network - ChristiansLikeMe.net
14 hours ago
Pastor Rolf Anderson left a comment for Laurene Mkamanga
"Hello, my Sister in Christ from Blantyre, in the Country of Malawi, a small country  in south east Africa.. Welcome to Christians Like Me, a web based community of committed Christians who come here to share their faith in Jesus Christ, support each other emotionally, Learn from each other, and have some fun! May I have you first review the top of the main Home page, where you will find a Newcomers Guide, which will help with navigating this large site. Next to that are some suggestions for getting involved here. Below that are some guidelines for using the site, and some simple rules to help us all get along here. Last, but not least, is a Paypal link where if you want to support the site, you can voluntarily and occasionally donate some money for it's server costs. Aside from these donations, the costs are completely covered by a very giving and generous webmaster, Cary Byrd. Lets help him out, if we can, here. I join all the other members here in praying you fit in well, and find a…"
14 hours ago
Edwin J Motes posted videos
16 hours ago
Janet Mumo is now a member of Bible Study
17 hours ago
Terry Stonebarger replied to Terry Stonebarger's discussion Suicides: Do they go to Heaven?
"Brother Derek, Regarding suicide and selfishness, in my attemp many years ago it was absolutely a selfish act on my part, but also a plea for help and attention from my husband.  I got it in spades and it was not good. What I got was a lot of anger anger that lingers still with a good deal of distrust.  I  now know the Importance of communication."
19 hours ago
Dr. Derek P. Blake liked Freddie Tyler's blog post What Do You See? Victory or Defeat?
20 hours ago
Dr. Derek P. Blake replied to Terry Stonebarger's discussion Suicides: Do they go to Heaven?
"I think you will find Michael, with the exception of laying down one's life for others - sacrificial, that all suicide is 'selfish' in one way or another.  Having worked with people who are paedophiles and abusers, I can tell you that it is almost unheard of for one to commit suicide for any noble reason.  Their reasons are often of pure guilt that they cannot live with any more, or because they cannot face going to prison again, where their lives would be pure hell.
It is a selfish act because they do not consider the effect on others. family, friends etc.  Suicide is rarely a logical decision but an emotional one, often when the balance of the mind is disturbed and incapable of logical thought process.  Suicides leave behind both emotional and practical devastation in a family, insurance never pays out on suicide so one big issue is often financial, but the greatest affect is the void it leaves in people's lives, and the guilt it generates.  Those left behind often start to blame th…"
20 hours ago
Dr. Derek P. Blake posted a discussion in Bible Study
[Illustration by Steve Zomok]
We have just passed Passover, the time in the Jewish calendar when the passion of Jesus took place, and during that period that most of the world calls 'Easter' (a pagan feast) I noticed the usual rash of higher critical school articles telling how the resurrection could not have happened. So this week I thought it may be an idea to provide some tools on the subject that show that the crucifixion and resurrection are historical facts. The Bible itself gives us many proofs as to the historicity of the event and both history and archaeology support the events, however we have at least four statements from witnesses, people who were actually there, in the form of the Gospels. In a court of law, four statement from witnesses would be more than enough to convict an accused, so why are the Gospels so much in doubt? So what are the facts?
The 'Passion' as it is called, started with with the 'Last Supper' which was actually the Seder, the Passover meal, which Jes…
20 hours ago
linda f favorite liked Zomok, steve's photo
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Zomok, steve posted a photo
A mossy stump with branches and moss. I had to get into the deeper wilderness and praise God as I move along.  This here is one of 15 photos.
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Freddie Tyler posted a blog post
I learned a lot from being an athlete.  I was a competitive swimmer and had the honor of representing the United States at the XX Olympiad in Munich, Germany.  One of the most important things I learned is that visualizing is a very important part of training. In basketball, it is common for a team to do a “walk through” prior to a game, especially a big game.  They are rehearsing for the game to insure that they play at the highest level possible.Seeing yourself as a winner, as a success is important.  You all know that when you were a kid, you would imagine yourself hitting the homerun that wins the World Series, making the 3-point shot at the buzzer to win the championship in basketball, or it could be kicking the winning goal in soccer or nailing the landing coming off the balance beam.What were you doing?  You were rehearsing success, victory.  I used sports analogies, but seeing yourself being hired by the company you are interviewing with, or walking out of the hospital fully r…
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Weekly Bible Verse

"The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth."                                 

                                     - John 1:14