We Are Believers

We Are Believers

We Enjoy Going To Church

We believe in God and go to Church every Sunday. We go the the Good Shepherd  Presbyterian Church . Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church is a Protestant Christian church in Los Alamitos, California. It is about six minutes from our door to the pews so it makes life easy.  We also take other older neighbors with us and our daughter every once in a while!

Bible

We are believers so we use the on-line bible and lectionary which is quite helpful when you need to look something up!.

The On Line Bible Search is an easy way of looking things up.

Going and believing can be fun so we added a few lighthearted pages to this site.  see what happens when God Was Busy and we like to collect our Favorite Church SignsChristian One-Liners are always a hoot.

Did you know? - The Bible is the central religious text of Judaism and Christianity. The exact composition of the Bible is dependent on the religious traditions of specific denominations. Modern Judaism generally recognizes a single set of canonical books known as the Tanakh, or Hebrew or Jewish Bible. It comprises three parts: the Torah ("Teaching", also known as the Pentateuch or "Five Books of Moses"), the Prophets, and the Writings. It was primarily written in Hebrew with some small portions in Aramaic.

The Christian Bible includes the same books as the Tanakh (referred to in this context as the Old Testament), but usually in a different order, together with twenty-seven specifically Christian books collectively known as the New Testament. Those were originally written in Greek. Among some traditions, the Bible includes books that were not accepted in other traditions, often referred to as apocryphal. Eastern Orthodox Churches use all of the books that were incorporated into the Septuagint, to which they add the earliest Greek translation of the Deuterocanonicals; Roman Catholics include seven of these books in their canon; and many Protestant Bibles follow the modern Jewish canon, excluding the additional books. Some editions of the Christian Bible have a separate Biblical apocrypha section for books not considered canonical.