Are You Being A Christian or Doing Christianity?
Why I Wrote This Book
I realized over the years a certain theme developed in my writing. Out of that, a mission emerged. I want to help people discover an enjoyable, meaningful Christianity through sharing God’s truth in a refreshing vulnerable way. This book is an expression of that idea.
There is a difference between doing Christianity and being a Christian. Let me explain.
I became a follower of Christ at a young age. I loved going to church, reading the bible, and sharing my faith. As I grew older, so did my boldness and excitement about Jesus.
My “doer mentality” motivated me to accomplish many good things. It also made it hard to find security in being a Christian without working towards a spiritual goal. Resting, relaxing, and enjoying being a child of God were foreign to me.
This approach to Christianity caused me to burnout repeatedly. I was always happy to do more than others up to the point I was no longer able to do anything at all.
Burnout is not typically a symptom of a half-hearted Christian. It takes a committed follower of Christ to perform good works to the point of exhaustion. This is who I want to help with this book.
I hope Surviving Religious Burnout helps you find a more enjoyable, meaningful Christianity.
What do you think causes religious burnout?
Is burnout a sign you do not love God enough or are there other contributing factors?
How do you avoid burnout?
What do you do to get out of burnout once you realized your feeling exhausted in the are of your spiritual life?
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