Friendship Breakups, Church Hurt, Mental Health, and Confessions of a Crappy Christian
Why does it so often feel like Christians can’t talk about the real, hard stuff in life?
We know our lives should reflect Jesus; what He did and said, and how He interacted with others. But if we’re being honest, there are days when we face tough, confusing things that can make us feel, well, very not like Jesus. As our culture moves further from truth and grace, Christians are burned-out, isolated, and unsure of where to turn for sound biblical advice that applies to their everyday struggles. If you’ve ever felt this way or wished someone would talk about things like forgiveness, mental health, broken friendships, redirected dreams, sex, facts versus feelings, church hurt, rest, weakness, healing, and more in honest, down-to-earth terms while sticking to what Scripture has to say about them, you’ve come to the right place.
Confessions of a Crappy Christian is for you if you
- have ever thought you’re too messed up for church
- feel exhausted and alone in your struggles
- think you need to complete a checklist before God will love you
- need a friend who cares about you too much to let you stay stuck
With honesty and vulnerability, Blake Guichet, host of the popular podcast Confessions of a Crappy Christian, helps us embrace the truth that we can’t do it all perfectly and gives us the wisdom, guidance, and hope to move from “crappy” Christian into a freer and fuller walk with Christ.
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We weren’t meant to go through life alone. —Blake Guichet
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Do we really believe He [God] not only loves us, He likes us? —Blake Guichet
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