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Stupid Christians: How Ignorance Hinders Spiritual Growth in Christianity

Join me and Erica Berry as we dive into the topic of how ignorance hinders spiritual growth in Christianity. Let’s break down the barriers to true understanding and growth in faith. This conversation with Erica Berry about her new book Stupid Christians is the push we all need.

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Erica Berry is a wife, mom, Bible teacher, women’s ministry director, and writer with a heart to see people develop a passionate relationship with God. Her personal mission is to present the message of Christ in a way that challenges believers and changes unbelievers.

Having been born into a family of ministers, Erica developed a love for God and people at an early age. Her love for people led her into the field of psychology, as she  holds a master’s degree in clinical mental health.

Erica’s love for God led her to the ministry. She is most proud of being a third-generation Bible teacher. Erica is committed to preaching the Gospel and fulfilling her assignment to challenge the status quo of Christianity by lovingly and confrontationally calling believers to a higher standard.

Her most cherished role is that of wife to George and mommy to Paige, Roman, and Jackson.

Stupid Christians with Erica Berry

In this episode we covered…
  • How Erica came to know Jesus 
  • When her journey of combatting biblical ignorance began
  • The point when she felt comfortable teaching God’s word
  • How she knew God was calling her to  challenge the status quo of Christianity
  • Why Erica believes it’s dangerous to be uninformed about what’s in the scriptures
  • Why she believes so many Christians do not read their Bible
  • Tips for how someone has never read the Bible can begin to light the fire for reading God’s word
  • The reason she wrote “Stupid Christians” and why she chose that as the title
  • How Erica makes sure her responsibilities as a wife, mother, and ministry leader don’t eclipse the time she spends with God

Want More?

If you enjoyed this episode on stupid Christians with Erica Berry, then you may also enjoy the episode of the show about the Courts of Heaven or this episode detailing how to surrender to God.

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