Millions of Christians are leaving the institutional church on a search for Jesus.

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Percentage of Christian youth who leave the Church after high school

6 out of 10 Christian women do not attend church regularly

Reasons Christians are leaving the institutional church

Born again Christians who have left the institutional church

Frequently Asked Questions

Understanding our heart
What is Relearn Church attempting
to accomplish?

We want to bring the church back to the Bible. We believe that much of the church has adopted a variety of non-sinful, yet, extra-biblical and capitalism-like practices into their Sunday gatherings.

Current research suggests it is these practices that are not only limiting spiritual maturity but causing millions of Jesus-loving Christians to suspend their church attendance or look for alternative options.

We hope to help educate those who have left or soon to leave the institutional church and assist them in understanding, locating, or planting a biblical expression of church.

Do you stand against the
institutional church? 
No. While we might challenge or even critique some of the practices of the institutional church, we believe that God is still working His purposes in these Christian gatherings.

Furthermore, unless you feel God calling you out, we think it's better for Christians to stay in the institutional church than wander without direction or a destination. If you plan to leave the institutional church in search of a biblical church, we encourage everyone to discern God's timing and wisdom.
Aren’t your efforts creating division
within the church?
We believe it's never divisive to call people back to the truth. Additionally, it's our mission to help plant biblical churches who abide in the words of Jesus found in John 17:21 and Paul's words in 1 Corinthians 1:10. Unity and oneness are our objectives.
Do you believe your approach to
church is right & all others are not?
No. We do not believe there is “one way” to do church. Furthermore, we do not believe the biblical expression we are attempting to present is perfect and without flaw.

However, we do think many of the institutional churches, especially in America, have become more extra-biblical than biblical. We hope to educate Christians about what the Bible says regarding church expression so they might be equipped to challenge, strengthen, and adequately evaluate their current church gathering.
How do you view the authority of the Bible?

First, we believe the Bible is the divinely inspired word of God. We believe the Bible is without error and its instructions are authoritative in all of its claims on our lives. With that said, we do apply traditional practices of biblical hermeneutics when interpreting the doctrines of the Bible.

In other words, our faculty looks at a variety of elements including context, author, audience and if the text is prescriptive or descriptive in its purpose. Lastly, our writings and work are strictly created and supported by essentially literal English Bible translations including KJV, NKJV, ESV, and NASB.
Are you part of any denomination or corporate theology?
No. While we understand the value man has placed in creating labels to distinguish different interpretations of Scripture, we believe denominations are a form of division in the church. That being said, we are a Christian project based solely on the teachings of the Bible.

Furthermore, we are not attempting to create any brand of church. Our hope is to plant thousands of autonomous, biblical churches with a plurality of 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1 qualified elders.