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About ALIC


A Life In Christ (ALIC) is about "Understanding what it means to live and grow in Christ."


The purpose of this web site is to glorify
"the name above ALL names."

He who comes from above is above all. He who is of the earth belongs to the earth and speaks in an earthly way. He who comes from heaven is above all. --John 3:31

This website is independently owned and operated
and is not affiliated with any religious cult, sect, denomination, or organization.

Thank you for your prayers of support.

May the person and the teaching of the Christ bring you into intimate fellowship with God.



This website is rather like one of the Apostle Paul's letters to the young church in Corinth, Galatia, or Colossi, in that it is an urgent plea and an offer of encouragement -- for everyone whom God has called -- to earnestly and diligently seek to know, live, and grow, in the teachings and the person of the unique Son of God; the Messiah, the Christ, the One we call Jesus.

Therefore this website offers a variety of Christ-centered content for everyone who's heart tells them that not only is there 'something more' to life than our eyes can see, our tongues can taste, and our hands can hold; but that 'something' is none other than the Creator of all things seen and unseen (Colossians 1:16, Hebrews 11:3).

It is my hope and my prayer that as you browse the contents of this website, one or more of the articles or media files will stir your heart and resonate within you. 





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