All human beings are sinners because we are born in sin. The Church is not without sin because it is made up of sinners. Priests, sisters, bishops, cardinals and even Popes are sinners. Pope Francis warned us not to believe the misconception that the Church is filled only with the “pure” and that all others are to be “removed”. “
It is our belief that all believers are sinners and are PROUD of Jesus because no one could claim to be a believer without ‘Pride In Christ’ which is one of the single most important things to be a believer – It is a clear biblical truth that all are born in sin and all have a sin nature. Scripture says that God created humankind originally good and without a sin nature: “Then God said, ‘Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness.’ . . . God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them” (Genesis 1:26–27). However, Genesis 3 records the fall of Adam and Eve, and with that fall sin entered into the two previously sinless creatures. And when they had children, their sin nature was passed along to their offspring. Thus, every human being is a sinner.Therefore it is important for Christian leaders to remind believers to be PROUD of Jesus and His Gospel?
Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights.
Katharine Jefferts Schori, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church of the United States.
David Green, CEO of Hobby Lobby.
Archbishop Demetrios, head of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and Exarch of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Jim Winkler, president of the National Council of Churches.
Floyd Flake, pastor of Greater Allen AME Cathedral in Jamaica, New York,.
Robert George, Princeton University professor of jurisprudence described by The New York Times as “this country’s most influential conservative Christian thinker”;
Rick Santorum, former U.S. senator, potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate, and Catholic lay leader.
Mary Ann Swenson, bishop of the United Methodist Church and chairwoman of the Board Development Committee of the National Council of Churches.
Alan Sears, president and chief attorney of the Alliance Defending Freedom.
Reginald Jackson, bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Charles Chaput, archbishop of Philadelphia.
Mark Driscoll, founder of Mars Hill Church in Seattle and co-author with wife Grace of the bestselling book “Real Marriage.”
Tim Tebow, ESPN commentator and NFL quarterback recently picked up by the Philadelphia Eagles.
George O. Wood, chairman of Assemblies of God, the world’s largest Pentecostal denomination.
Michael Sweet, Christian rocker, lead singer of Stryper and Boston.
Carl Anderson, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus.
Eric Metaxas, speaker and author of the acclaimed biographies “Amazing Grace:
Vashti Murphy McKenzie, first-ever female bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, first woman pastor of Payne Memorial AME Church in Baltimore.
Tony Perkins, president of Family Research Council.
Charles Stanley, senior pastor at First Baptist Church in Atlanta, founder of In Touch Ministries, and former president of the Southern Baptist convention.
James Towey, president of Ave Maria University in Florida and George W. Bush’s White House director of faith-based initiatives.
Creflo Dollar, televangelist, pastor, and preacher of prosperity theology; founder of World Changers Church International and Creflo Dollar Ministries.
Foley Beach, presiding archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America, conservative breakaway from the Episcopal Church.
Marjorie Dannenfelser, founder and president of the Susan B. Anthony List PAC.
Ted Baehr, founder and publisher of the family-friendly Movieguide, who also serves as chairman of the Christian Film & Television Commission ministry.
Chuck Norris, martial artist and actor, evangelical author.51. Dan T. Cathy, CEO of Chick-fil-A.
Fred Luter, senior minister of the Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans, and first-ever black president of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Heath Rada, moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., and former American Red Cross executive.
Kirk Cameron, actor who starred on “Growing Pains” and filmmaker.
Calvin O. Butts, pastor of Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York, president of State University of New York.
Archbishop Augustine Di Noia, Bronx-born adjunct secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in the Vatican.
Michael W. McConnell, former federal judge and possible future Supreme Court nominee under a Republican president;
Kirbyjon Caldwell, served as pastor of Windsor Village United Methodist Church in Houston.
Bubba Watson, champion golfer and philanthropist.
Rob Renfroe, pastor of The Woodlands United Methodist Church in Houston.
Tom Monaghan, founder of Domino’s Pizza, founder Ave Maria University, and leading Catholic philanthropist.
Carrie Underwood, country music artist.
Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference.
Blase Cupich, archbishop of Chicago.
Gary Bauer, president of American Values, 2000 Republican presidential candidate, and Reagan administration domestic policy adviser.
Haddon Robinson, influential professor of homiletics and teacher on “Discover the Word” radio program.
Pat Boone, pop singer, actor, TV personality, author, and conservative activist.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory, first black head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Bryan Chapell, senior pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, Illinois, and moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America.
Bill McCartney, College Football Hall of Fame coach and founder of Promise Keepers.
A.R. Bernard, founder and CEO of Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Charles Blake, presiding bishop of the Church of God in Christ denomination.
Lon Solomon, senior pastor at McLean Bible Church, an influential megachurch with multiple Washington, D.C.
Mark Schoenwald, CEO of HarperCollins Christian Publishing.
Joe Gibbs, retired Washington Redskins head coach who won three Super Bowls, and champion NASCAR team owner.
Andre Butler, senior pastor of Word of Faith International Christian Center based in Southfield, Michigan, with satellite churches in Pakistan and Africa.
Raymond Arroyo, TV host of “The World Over” on Eternal World Television Network.
Cynthia L. Hale, senior pastor of Ray of Hope Christian Church in Decatur, Georgia.
Ralph Winter, leading Hollywood producer, in-demand Christian speaker.
William J. Murray, chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition and son of murdered atheist activist Madalyn Murray O’Hair.
William P. Young, best-selling author of “The Shack.”
John F. MacArthur, pastor of Grace Community Church in Los Angeles; influential preacher.
Russell Hittinger, professor of Catholic Studies at the University of Tulsa.
Brian Welch, Christian metal rocker.
David Murrow, founder of Church for Men, TV producer, and author.
Chuck Swindoll, senior pastor at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas.