The Christian book Jesus Killed My Church by Randy Bohlender is a story of a church pioneer who had every reason to be successful in planting a church. However, God had a different plan and things were no longer in the control of the pioneer. The church that he wanted to plant failed and the pioneer through the series of events had to learn that success was not as how the world described it, but what God defined it to be. It’s a story that through loss and confusion, life will come out the best under God’s control. In our world today wherein outputs are always looked at in order to define success, we will see from this story that what also matters is who is defining it. It is available in Kindle Edition.
Jesus Killed My Church Review:
Only a few gave their review on this Christian book. However, it earned a 5.0 star average customer rating which is the highest rating that can be earned. 100% of the customers gave it the highest score. An additional four members of Facebook also liked this book.
Many readers recommended this book. One reader thought that this is a must read for anyone who is wants to, plants to, or is in the ministry while another thought that this book is actually a must read for anyone. Bohlender shares the story in a way that is full of wit and genuine. A lot of issues from church, to family, to marriage and children are talked about in this book and one reviewer was able to gain insight and saw how the book can be a tool to change one’s perspective. A reviewer described this book to have “powerful insight” that also talks about faith and the true meaning of success. Bohlender’s story can be used to learn about how it is being in the ministry. One of the readers commended Bohlender for sharing his story which makes him and the book so real and the message that Bohlender brings is able to change hearts as experienced by another reviewer. This book also brings hope and the message that things under God’s hands will all work out fine. Church planters might especially be interested in this book.
There were no issues brought up by the reviewers for this Christian book.
Based on the ratings, this is a book that anyone in the ministry can read for fun and insights. We believe that this book is also a great read for anyone who is not even part of a church. This is a good book to read full of humor; and the story gives a genuine picture for all who want to witness a journey of a man who thought he had it all but came to the reality that no matter how he may try to control things or no matter how much skill he has, plans can be changed and come out the best as long as it’s in God’s hands.