PHOENIX — Just as technology has evolved and shifted the way we communicate over the past century, some would claim the practice of Christianity has weathered an even greater seismic shift.
In M. Alberto Zelaya Aragon’s new book, “Our Real Life in Christ,” he reveals what is wrong with the way Christians practice their faith today and returns to the Bible’s literal take on its incongruence with religion.
“There is a disparity between what God’s Word says and what is being taught in most churches,” Zelaya Aragon said. “The only solution to mend this imbalance is to return to the true roots of the faith and reinstate the ministry of the Holy Spirit.”
Instead of trying to put a label on what you believe in, God asks us to just become a member of his family by trusting and adhering to his promises in the word.
Zelaya Aragon hopes we will fall away from, “practicing ‘churchianity’ and come to a real relationship with God by taking personal responsibility of what is expected from us under our individual covenant with Him.”
The reader will be able to follow Zelaya Aragon’s experiences on how to incorporate this into each individual walk of faith. No matter how long one has been following God, “Our Real Life in Christ” will help you make the transition from just, “being a branch displaying leaves to a branch bearing his fruits.”
“Our Real Life in Christ: Experiencing the Life and Quality of Faith Provided in Jesus Christ to Overcome any Obstacle in our Life”
By M. Alberto Zelaya Aragon
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and iUniverse online bookstores
M. Alberto Zelaya Aragon was born and raised in Central America, and saw firsthand the indomitable faith of his mother, who raised 14 successful children against all odds. Now retired, he lives with his wife near Phoenix and has a blended family of five daughters and a son living in various states.