Welcome!

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Welcome to the Christian Sixgunners Website! This is a non-denominational, non-sectarian site. We are dedicated to promoting freedom in Christ in order to bring Glory to God our Creator. Our goal is to provide an online resource to those who understand that an interest in firearms does not separate one from our Lord and Savior Jesus the Christ.

Stick around and browse a while. We welcome the submission of original articles written by Christians for publication on this site. Our goal is to always bring Glory to Our Lord.

Send submissions to the webservant by addressing an email to ppp AT christiansixgunners DOT org… make the appropriate changes so it will be a valid email address.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Welcome!

  1. Jo River

    WHAT IT TAKES–PAYING THE PRICE
    When You Contact Us
    These Are The Kind Of People You’re Dealing With.
    A people with a deep love for the Living God and His Kingdom.
    A people who know Jesus personally, believe His blood is the only way our sins are washed away, and know He is the only way to Heaven.
    A people who believe Hell is a place of eternal torment from which there is no escape, and those who die in their sins will go there.
    A people who know they are sinners saved by grace, yet believe that with God’s help you can overcome and live above sin.
    A people with compassion who realize love and mercy are greater than the law and that they can’t force anyone to believe as they do.
    A people who realize they need a spiritual covering and who desire fellowship with a family of genuine disciples.
    A people humble enough to admit they need God’s help and guidance, realizing they don’t know it all and they don’t have all the answers.
    A people who believe God always has their good in mind and that all things work together for good for those who love and obey Jesus.
    A people who believe God still speaks to His people and that God’s Word, both written and spoken, holds the answers to all our questions.
    A people who know that God desires to dwell in their midst, filling them with His Holy Spirit and bestowing Spiritual gifts upon them.
    A people who live by the moral laws of God, believing their bodies are the temple of God and should be respected as such.
    A people who believe in the virtue and value of hard work.
    A people willing to submit and subordinate their desires, dreams, and ambitions to God, letting their lives be used to accomplish His will.
    A people with enough faith to abandon everything and come follow Jesus wheresoever He leads, trusting Him in all things.
    A people who know Satan and demons are real and that the kingdom of Hell is organized, militant, and determined to destroy God’s people.
    A people who know they are soldiers in God’s army and that they are part of a war machine engaged in conflict with the forces of evil.
    A people willing to stand at their post of duty, endure hardness as soldiers under command, and take orders for the sake of God’s Kingdom.
    A people who are non-violent in the physical, not needing carnal weapons, for God is their defense.
    A people willing to stand valiantly and contend courageously for the truths God has given them, even if it means sacrifice and persecution.
    A people dedicated to the mission of taking the gospel of Jesus Christ to all the world that others can be liberated from the bondage of sin.
    http://www.aggressivechristianity.net

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  2. Jerry Jacobs

    Jeff – first I must apologize for reaching out to you in this manner. I’m not to smart when it comes to computers and tried unsuccessfully to contact you through other websites. Before I started to research a Ruger Bearcat and read one of your articles, I’ll be honest I never heard of you.

    Glad your health has improved! I’m 78 and experiencing multiple health issues, cancer, heart disease (6 stints) diabetes, etc. so I somewhat know what you’ve gone through.

    Getting down to the nitty-gritty, I have a Ruger Bearcat 22 cal that has a serial number of 1788 and noticed in one of your articles you mentioned it was a rare number and the handgun might have some value. Due to my health issues and, our limited income, I am selling off my firearms. Can you provide me with any insight as to the value of this gun. I can provide you photographs if that would be helpful.

    Much appreciated.

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