Responding to Loss of Faith

As a Christian have you heard any of the following:

  • "I can't believe they've had a loss of faith. They were such a nice family."
  • "I heard their pastor is leaving Christianity and walking away from his church."
  • "Honey, I'm sorry, but I no longer believe in God or the Bible."
  • "Mom and Dad, I need your advice. How do I tell the family that we are no longer Christians?"
  • "Grandma, will you still come visit us even though we don't go to church?"
  • "My Aunt and Uncle left the church last year. They are ex-christians now."

It is becoming more and more common to hear that once devoted and committed Christians have walked away from their faith.

Frightening, isn't it?

How did these dear brothers and sisters come to a place of unbelief?

How do Christians help and protect their families and friendships that are now in danger of disintegrating from a loss of faith??

We know that God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love, and a sound mind. offers a place for Christians, families, and friends to find answers, guidance, and support.