Jesus Testimony witness jury

What We Mean by Testimony

Testimony definition: a witness account, typically given in a court of law or a public recounting of a religious conversion or experience. Also, evidence or proof provided by the existence or appearance of something. This article is going to sound like a critique to some people and some traditions. It really isn’t. Any story of a person experiencing Jesus is a great thing and we want to see more of them. What we want to […]

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You Can Be a Hallelujah

You’ve heard the word Hallelujah before. Maybe even heard people blurt it in church between “that’s right” and “Amen” (depending on your denominational background). But do you know what the word means? How the parts of the word come together to become a really cool invitation to you? The quick definition is Hallelujah means “praise God.” Good advice, right? But not all that remarkable and certainly not all that specific. Where it gets cool is […]

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About Jesus Doesn’t

The most polarizing idea we’ve encountered with the Jesus Does platform is the Jesus didn’t or hasn’t section. Non-believers often support the entire Jesus Does concept as soon as they hear there’s a space for stories of disappointment. On the other side, many people have strong convictions that (1) Jesus does respond to every prayer and that it’s not our place to label the outcomes, and (2) a platform dedicated to honoring and thanking Jesus […]

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