It seems our culture has an idea that the world revolves around each one of us. Thus we've become self-absorbed, thinking only about ourselves. Self-centered, caring only about our own needs. And self-indulgent, seeking to please ourselves no matter the cost.
We want to change that. Reverse that type of thinking. We seek to encourage others to seek first the kingdom of God, the well-being of others, and to please God's heart before our own. We believe, Jesus needs to be at the center of it all and not us. Let us strive to live Jesus Centric lifestyles.
He is before all things, and in him all things hold together. Colossians 1:17
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J G Viana founded the ministry in 2011 with the purpose of helping other grow in grace and knowledge. Born in Brazil, his family moved to Dallas, Texas in 2001 to answer a calling to preach. His father continues to pastor both a Portuguese and Spanish speaking congregations in Texas. He hold a degree in Biblical Studies and is currently pursuing a degree in Business Administration and Investments. J resides in Central Florida and serves as a deacon in his local congregation and teaches Sunday School. You can get in touch with J if you have and thoughts, questions or concerns - or for speaking engagements through his social media accounts, his email address or by completing the form below.
Eric Pereira is the Director of Media for Jesus Centric. Born in Brazil, Eric moved to South Florida in which he began helping his local church in the media department while continuing his studies. He currently is chasing a bachelors degree in marketing. He has been with the ministry since 2015. To contact Eric, please fill out the form or follow the social media icons below.
Did you know that almost six out of ten teens leave the church at some point? Nearly 60% of high school students who grow up going to church will close the doors to a Christian life. And usually, they don't come back (survey by the Barna Group). "Because of people breaking the laws and sin being everywhere, the love in the hearts of many people will become cold." Matthew 24:12
Whenever I answer a question like this, I’m deeply aware that someone may be reading this who is seriously contemplating suicide—and I would do everything in my power to convince them not to take that final, drastic step. With Christ, there is always hope. If that’s you, please hear me. Don’t you dare do that! Jesus and I deeply love you and need you.
(This post is written to Christian women and is based on a biblical worldview, supported with Scripture. Since the writing of this post, a sequel has been written, The Motive to Modesty.) Hurriedly I raked through my second dresser drawer in the dim light of the unlit closet, scrambling for pants of some kind. Finding some, I grabbed a workout shirt, jammed feet into tennis shoes and breathlessly answered the door for Mr. M. “Ready for breakfast?” he asked.