Q: How do I
log-in to my ccount (former HisHolySpace.com and FaithItUp.com
A: If you had
an account with HisHolySpace.com or FaithitUp.com, you can log-in on the
Christian.com homepage. All of your information has been brought over to the new
If you formerly
had registered on the old Christian.com site (to customize your weather, "My
Church", and "My Links"), you will have to create a new profile on the new
Christian.com site. Please click on the Signup button on the homepage...it only
take a minute to join!
Q: Can I
get a Christian.com email address?
previously offered Christian.com email accounts. We are NOT accepting new
sign-ups for Christian.com email at this time, but we plan to do so again in the
If you have an
old email account with us, you can login at http://mail.christian.com There is a link
to this login page on the Christian.com homepage in the Login/Signup box. But
you MUST use the mail.christian.com page for logging into email- the
UserName/Password box on the Christian.com homepage will not work for your email
UserName and Password.
Q: Why will
my Photo not upload?
A: There are 2
reasons this could happen. First is format, make sure the photos are in the
Allowed Formats: *.jpg,*.jpeg,*.png,*.tif,*.gif . Also make sure they are not to
large. The Maximum size is 480 x 640.
Here is a Video
Illustration on how to resize a photo. Make sure you make the video full
Q: What do
I do if I see something that is offensive or inappropriate?
each profile there is a contact box. On this box will be an option for
condemn/ban . Click on that feature, and indicate why you are flagging this
person. A monitor will be notified.
Q: Why am I
getting so many emails to my external email account, and can I turn
recieve an email each time a member requests to be your friend, posts a comment,
or sends you a message. You can turn off email notifications by going to your
Edit Profile page, click on Basic Information, the first option says email
notifications Yes or No, Select no if you do not want
Q: Why is
age so important on Christian.com?
have security measures in place to protect children, and it is in place based on
the age being accurate.
Q: How do I
put music on my page?
The easiest way is to browse the music section on HHS. When you find a
profile that has a song you would like on your profile, simply scroll down the
profile of the musician and you will see a section called "Songs". In that
section you will click "Add" next to the song you would like. It will now be
placed on your profile.
If you can not find the music you want on HHS you can always
use an outside source such as: www.projectplaylist.com
Q: Can I
transfer my profile from the other community site to this
A: Yes we
have made it very simple to do so. When you click Edit Profile, you will see a
feature at the top to import from the other community site. Click this, enter
your login information for that site, and it will automatically do
Q: How do I
change my Christian.com Url and IM ID?
Edit Profile, on the left side you will see Christian
URL Click this to change it to what you want.
How do I build a profile with a background?
A: Building your
profile with a Christian back ground is very simple. First go to your edit
profile page. Enter all the information in each section that you wish to share
with others. Then you can paste background and othe HTML code right below the
text you have typed into any of the fields.
You can find premade
Christian layouts and other goodies here:
cut and paste the HTML code. To Cut it highlight the entire code and press (Ctrl
C) then to paste into the are you want it in press (Ctrl V) . You can also paste
You Tube videos, google videos etc. using the embed html code they give you. God
Bless, and enjoy.
Q: How do I
change my Top Friends?
A: On the Home page scroll below Admin Message and then click Edit Top
Friends. Then you can drag the friends to the order you want. You can also
change the number of friends you want displayed. Make sure to click Save when
Q: What are the Top
Rules that will get someone suspended from the site?
A: TOP RULES THAT WILL GET YOU
foul or offensive language
images or text that defiles Jesus Christ
threatening or bashing other members
spamming of advertisements etc.
No references promoting satanic/demonic idols
No promoting of anything that is not of Christianity
No money requests of any kind, prayer requests only
Your age must be accurate, please make sure it is. This is because of security
programs put in place to protect youth. Please email me if you have questions.
No denominational differences allowed to be discussed in the Chat
All Group discussions are to be done with love and compassion for one
No unrequested romantic relationship requests
No promoting of sin
No giving out personal information, unless requested and done through private
one to one messages
No nude images, nude art work etc. (this includes
Q: What is
an E-evangelizer/Guardian Angel?
E-evangelizers/Guardian Angels are needed and will be much more needed
as the site grows. Right now E-evangelizers/Guardian Angels is a team of
members that are wanting to help Christian.com grow. What we are also
needing members to do right now, is to really help keep this place active and
going, so that members want to keep coming back. I am asking people to make a
strong effort to browse through all the members and click on each one and ask
them to Add you as friends. Once you have a large base of friends, then to start
posting comments, even if it is a simple message. If you come across a seeker,
commenting a gospel message would be awesome, and if you come a cross something
offensive condemn them by clicking on the condemn/ban button on their contact
box. Most of all is the need for members to be very active with adding
Friends and Commenting. All the help you can give would be very much
appreciated. E-Evangelizers/Guardian Angels Join
What is the Christian.com Mission Statement?
To become the premier online community for
Christians to SEARCH, CONNECT, SHARE, and GROW.
This Mission Statement is being partially accomplished now
with the existing site, but will be even more with the new Beta
Q: Why a Christian social network?
A: Believers are instructed in
God's Word to come together for fellowship, encouragement, prayer, and counsel.
Paul wrote to the church in Philippi:
2:1-2 Therefore if there is any encouragement in Christ, any comfort of love, if
any fellowship of the Spirit, if any affection and mercy, fulfill my joy by
being like-minded, having the same love, being of one accord, of one mind.
means to come alongside and help, counsel, exhort.
portrays the Lord coming close and whispering gentle cheer or tender counsel in
a believer’s ear.
refers to the partnership, of common eternal life, provided by the indwelling of
the Holy Spirit.
Mercy: God has extended His deep affection and compassion to every believer and
that reality should result in unity.
Fulfill my joy:
Paul’s joy was tied to concern for the unity of believers.
means to “Think the same way” this exhortation is not optional or obscure but is
repeated throughout the NT (cf. Rom 15:5; 1Cor. ; 2Cor. -13)
believers are to love others in the body of Christ equally-not because they are
equally attractive, but by showing the same kind of sacrificial, loving service
to all that was shown to them by Christ.
this may also be translated “united in spirit” and perhaps is a term specially
coined by Paul. It literally means “one-souled” and describes people who are
knit together in harmony, having the same desires, passions, and ambitions.
One mind: means
to be intent on one purpose. (To
Q: What are
the core essential doctrines of Christianity?
Essential Doctrines of
The Bible itself reveals those doctrines
that are essential to the Christian faith. They are 1) the Deity of Christ, 2)
Salvation by Grace, and 3) Resurrection of Christ, and 4) the gospel. These are
the doctrines the Bible says are necessary. Though there are many other
important doctrines, these four are the only ones that are declared by Scripture
to be essential. A non-regenerate person, or a cultist (i.e., Mormon or
Jehovah's Witness), will deny one or more of these essential doctrines.
The Deity of Christ
4:2-3: "This is how you can recognize the Spirit of
God: Every spirit that acknowledges that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is
from God, but every spirit that does not acknowledge Jesus is not from God. This
is the spirit of the Antichrist, which you have heard is coming and even now is
already in the world."
The above verse needs to be cross referenced with John
1:1,14 (also written by John) where he states that the Word was God
and the Word became flesh.
4:2-3 is saying that if you deny that Jesus is God in
flesh then you are of the spirit of Antichrist.
8:24, "I said, therefore, to you, that you will die
in your sins. For if you do not believe that I am, you will die in your
Jesus said here that if you do not believe "that I am" you will die
in your sins. In Greek I am is 'ego eimi,' which means ‘I am.' These are the
same words used in John
8:58 where Jesus says "...before Abraham was, I am." He was
claiming the divine title by quoting Exodus
3:14 in the Greek Septuagint. (The Septuagint was the
Hebrew Old Testament translated into Greek.)
Jesus is the proper object
It is not simply enough to
have faith. Faith is only as valid as what it is put in. You must put your faith
in the proper object. Cults have false objects of faith; therefore, their faith
is useless--no matter how sincere they are.
If you put your faith in a
vacuum cleaner, then you will be in a lot of trouble on the day of judgment. You
might have great faith, but so what? It is in something that can't save
The Doctrine of the deity of
The Trinity - There is one God who exists in three persons: The Father,
the Son, and the Holy Spirit. They are all coeternal, and of the same
Monotheism - There is only one God in all existence (Isaiah
43:10; 44:6,8; 45:5,14,18,21,22;
47:8). Mormons believe that many gods exist though they serve and
worship only one. Therefore, they are polytheists which excludes them from the
camp of Christianity.
The sufficiency of the
sacrifice of Christ - The sacrifice of Christ is completely sufficient to pay
for the sins of the world
As God - Jesus must be God
to be able to offer a sacrifice of value greater than that of a mere man.
He had to die for the sins of the world (1 John
2:2). Only God could do that.
As man - Jesus must be man
to be able to be a sacrifice for man.
As a man He can be the mediator between God and man (1 Tim.
Salvation by Grace
"For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith -- and this
not from yourselves, it is the gift of God -- not by works, so that no one can
"You who are trying to be justified by law have been alienated from
Christ; you have fallen away from grace" (Gal.
This verse and its context plainly teach that if you believe that you
are saved by faith and works then you are not saved at all. This is a common
error in the cults. Because they have a false Jesus, they have a false doctrine
of salvation. (Read Rom.
3-5 and Gal.
you cannot add to the work of God. Gal.
2:21 says, "I do not set aside the grace of God, for
if righteousness could be gained through the law, Christ died for nothing!"
"Therefore no one will be declared righteous in his sight by
observing the law; rather, through the law we become conscious of sin"
"However, to the man who does not work but trusts God who justifies
the wicked, his faith is credited as righteousness" (Rom.
"Is the law, therefore, opposed to the promises of God? Absolutely
not! For if a law had been given that could impart life, then righteousness
would certainly have come by the law" (Gal.
The Resurrection of Christ
"And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so
is your faith" (1 Cor.
15:14). "And if Christ has not been raised, your faith is
futile; you are still in your sins" (1 Cor.
To deny the physical
resurrection is to deny Jesus' work, sacrifice, and our resurrection.
These verses clearly state that if you say that Jesus did not rise
from the dead (in the same body He died in -- John
2:19-21), then your faith is useless.
"But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other
than the one we preached to you, let him be eternally condemned! As we have
already said, so now I say again: If anybody is preaching to you a gospel other
than what you accepted, let him be eternally condemned!" (Gal.
Verses 8 and 9 here in
Galatians are a self declarative statement that you must believe the
gospel. The gospel message which in its entirety is that Jesus is God in
flesh, who died for sins, rose from the dead, and freely gives the gift of
eternal life to those who believe.
15:1-4 defines what the gospel is: "Now, brothers, I
want to remind you of the gospel I preached to you, which you received and on
which you have taken your stand. By this gospel you are saved, if you hold
firmly to the word I preached to you. Otherwise, you have believed in vain. For
what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for
our sins according to the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on
the third day according to the Scriptures" (NIV).
Within these verses are the essentials: Christ is God in flesh
2:9); Salvation is received by faith (John
10:9-10), therefore it is by grace; and the resurrection
is mentioned in verse 4. Therefore, this gospel message automatically
includes the essentials.
Q: Why is
the site called "Pre-Beta"- is there another site coming?
A: We are currently working on the new "Beta" site - the
premiere online community for Christians! Read more about it here.
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you are welcome here, however any images or text that are displayed is monitored
strictly. If you have satanic/demonic, or blasphemous images or text in your
profile, remove it immediately. If the Sheepdog finds it he will delete your
profile. If the offense continues your IP will be banned. Please read below and
if you want to stay here you need to follow the rules and guidelines. God Bless
and lets make this community all for Him.