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Brand new update!

We are excited to introduce our new revamp!

Over the past months, we at ActiveChristianity have been busy working on an exciting new revamp to our site launched today!

This update not only includes a new look, but also new features that establish effective ways of locating content on our website, among other features.

All available content can be accessed from the toolbar above. Posts that include articles and media are categorized in two separate ways – under “Topics” based on the most common themes, or under “Blog,” where the latest posts appear in date order. The drop-down menu under “Blog” also filters all posts based on their type: Edification, Testimonies, Questions, or Commentary.

The “Essentials” section covers core topics that provide a clear and straightforward summary of the essence of the Christian gospel. Topics such as “Christ manifested in the flesh,” “The message of the cross” and “Disciple life” are explored and covered in key points, as well as with frequently asked questions and links to related content.

In addition to existing content, we are also excited to introduce E-books as a part of our available media! Ground-breaking titles such as “So Great a Salvation” and “The Bride and the Harlot and the End Times” can now be downloaded and read.

We hope that the content on ActiveChristianity will continue to inspire and help you to live the disciple life the scriptures speak about.

So have a look around and get involved! Ask us questions, follow us on social media, and share content that has helped you!

Scripture taken from the New King James Version®. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

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Explore how God’s Word challenges and empowers us to live 100% according to His will, so we no longer need to fall in sin, but can come to a life of victory.

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The Grace that is in Christ Jesus

“When people think about grace, they usually think about the forgiveness of sins; and since we have all sinned, we all need grace.” Sigurd Bratlie opens this booklet about grace with these words. However, he goes on to describe in-depth that the grace that is in Christ Jesus means so much more than forgiveness. It also means truth and help. It teaches us not to sin, so that we can be completely free to live a life of victory that leads to perfection.

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