The world is in a desperate need for the Good News of Jesus. But to many, it's hard to disentangle that Good News from churches, religious leaders, and negative church experiences.

It is understandable that many might just throw up their hands and give up dealing with that ball of confusion. But if one's faithfulness to God leads them to dissatisfaction with a church environment, it can also lead to new spiritual opportunities as well.

The world needs the gospel, and the world also needs to have a conception of the gospel and Christian living apart from the things that have tarnished it in their eyes.


The Case for Churchless Christianity

Is such a thing as "churchless Christianity" legitimate?

What is Churchless Christianity Like?

What might characterize "'churchless Christianity?"

Why I'm a "Revolutionary"

Thoughts on the being a "revolutionary" (as used by George Barna in the book of the same name).

Book Reviews

Life After Church: God's Call to Disillusioned Christians

Brian Sanders

So You Don't Want to Go to Church Anymore

Wayne Jacobsen and Dave Coleman


George Barna

The Critical Journey: Stages in the Life of Faith

Janet O. Hagberg and Robert A. Guelich