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Check My Church's Mission Statement

Updated: Feb 13

Check My Church will most definitely be misunderstood by many as we become more well-known with time, especially when the masses that attend the most popular churches in the nation see that their church is being criticized as unbiblical, abusive, or in contradiction to Jesus Christ in some way.


We have a huge mission here, and in the hopes of keeping the misunderstanding at bay, I will outline it here.


At Check My Church our mission consists of these key goals:


1. To be a valuable source of information for Christians seeking a church focused on the Word of God, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and the glory of God.


2. To give light and exposure for churches that are underappreciated and unpopular due to their anti-business model of church, and to encourage good, healthy, and safe churches and ministries to continue doing what they’re doing.


3. To expose churches that exhibit red flags of abuse, whether it be spiritual, psychological, child, sexual, or any other type of abuse. Exposing wolves in sheep's clothing for the purpose of protecting the sheep is a primary mission of Check My Church.


4. All of this is done in love for our brothers and sisters in Christ, and of course for the love of Jesus Christ our Lord.


5. In every Check we do, and every criticism we give, we do it with a heart of love and in service to God for His glory alone.


6. Our ultimate mission in checking churches, exposing wolves, and raising awareness within the Christian community is to educate believers and followers of Jesus Christ in the ways of Christian cults for the purpose of protecting the Body of Christ and helping it heal from corruption and abuse. If we accomplish this, we will ultimately become obsolete, and that is our mission.


If you still have questions about what we do here, what we’re about, how we check churches, what we’re NOT doing here, or if you have your own criticisms for us, here are some other places you can go to see what we’re all about


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