Frequently Asked Questions

This section is self explanatory.

Q. Who are you (www.OkChrist.com)? A. Our Team is made up of Christians, young and old, and our objective is simply to offer a simple way to understand how to receive Eternal Life by Faith in Jesus according to the Holy Scriptures. We are not part of groups usually known as sects. Q. What do you stand for? A. What we believe in is posted at: About Us. Q. What religious groups are you associated with? A. As to the associations the members of our Team belong to, we are not at liberty to share that information for the following reasons.  Our focus at www.okchrist.com including our OkChrist Blog is to direct individuals, visitors and users to Christ firstly and mainly.  Belonging to a Christian church is important but this is not the focus of our efforts through this website.  We feel that it is best to remain with one clear objective, and that is to direct our users to our Lord and His accomplished work.  One final note on this issue, we are not all part of the same Church so this website will ensure a good balance of what most Christian believers adhere to. In essence, read the New Testament. Find one in your city… and simply read it. John 17 verse 3 suggests that “knowledge” is “freedom”. You can do it. Get a New Testament and read it. Your life depends on it… the present and eternal one that is. If you can’t find one, write to us. We will send you one free of charge. If you have more questions, email us at: info@okchrist.com.

Thank you for visiting www.okchrist.com

26 Comments on “FAQ

  1. Hello.

    You asked: “…how much effort you put to make this kind of impressive educational internet site.”

    The effort is light if you love promoting Christ. The time required is substantial but then, it is nice to spend our time “down here” serving HIM. And thank you for the word “impressive”. We remain humble and think that we can do so much more with your prayers.

    Be blessed.

    Philippe Paquette

  2. that, let me tell you precisely what did work. Your wiritng is certainly extremely convincing and this is possibly the reason why I am making the effort in order to comment. I do not really make it a regular habit of doing that. Second, even though I can easily notice a leaps in logic you make, I am definitely not sure of exactly how you appear to connect the points which inturn make your conclusion. For the moment I will, no doubt subscribe to your issue but hope in the foreseeable future you actually connect your dots much better.

  3. Does your site have a contact page? I’m having problems locating it but, I’d like to shoot you an email. I’ve got some creative ideas for your blog you might be interested in hearing. Either way, great blog and I look forward to seeing it expand over time.

  4. I usually do not write many comments, but i did a few searching and wound up here %BLOG_TITLE%. And I do have a couple of questions for you if it’s allright. Is it just me or does it look like some of the comments appear like they are written by brain dead people? :-P And, if you are posting at other social sites, I’d like to follow anything fresh you have to post. Would you list of all of your public sites like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?

    • Hey ylcetxhhoyl@gmail.com,

      Ya. Really sorry that I did not find the time yet to share all that with you. I do own many G+ Christian Communities, Moderate others and had many FaceBook accounts until recently when I learned how FB works. Now, I am developing only one that will suffice. (I thought you needed many for many different things… but now I know). So, the list of my virtual work is coming… as time permits. Tks for your patience. Love you in Christ. Phil.

  5. Hey there! I just wanted to ask if you ever have any trouble with hackers?
    My last blog (wordpress) was hacked and I ended up losing many months of hard work due to no back up.
    Do you have any solutions to stop hackers?

    • Yes Yvette.

      Use LastPass. It is simply awesome and free. (The Premium software is $12 per year and I paid for it mostly to encourage them). They will chose the password for you every time you are requested to enter a password). You don’t have to know (remember) your passwords as long as you remember the only one that counts, your LastPass password. (Currently, I have over 126 different accounts with 126 complicated unique and different passwords for each one of them… but I only have 1 password to remember). When it comes to a password, a structure is required using at least ONE UPPER CASE letter, at least one lowercase letter, numbers and symbols. Make your LastPass easy to remember but use that structure. Example. Let us say your name is Yvette and you are born on the 17 of May 1995. Then your password could be (don’t use this one) something like Yv3++3170595&$% Notice that the “t”‘s in Yvette have become “+”‘s (easy to remember, it looks like a little “t” and you changed your “e” for “3” (that looks like a reversed “e”). In my case, I did not use my name nor my DOB but someone I know well. Adding your date of birth is usually not recommended but when it is used in this structure, it is safe. But then, use an uncle’s birthday or something that you cannot forget but that is untraceable. Adding 3 symbols (or 1 or 4 etc.) is easy as long as you always remember them and their order. That is the first of two requirements to never get hacked.

      The second requirement is if you use Google, always use a second or/or third security setting. In my case, if anyone tries to get into my passwords, Google will send me a text or automated phone call asking me to enter 6 numbers on the attacked account… and all this is free. Their 3 level of security is they ask you for an email account that is not a gmail account. They will send you an email to that “non” gmail address to let you know that it seems that someone is attempting to hack you.

      Find passwords is easy. There are software out there that sells for around $1,500 US to find passwords. But with that software, a 4 letter password is found within 18 seconds. A 4 number password is found within 21 seconds etc. But with a password that contains UPPER letters, lower letters, numbers and symbols, it takes that illegal software 21 years to find it… so trust me, Hackers won’t stand around for 21 years to find it. They will simply get to the next person in line and you will always be safe.

      Hope that helps.

      Philippe Paquette

  6. Hi there!

    I’m at work surfing around your blog from my new iphone 4! Just wanted to say I love reading through your Website and look forward to all your Posts!

    Keep up the great work!

  7. I absolutely love your blog.. Pleasant colors and theme. Did you build this site yourself? Please reply
    back as I’m planning to create my own personal site and want to know where you got this from or exactly what the theme is named.


  8. I just want to mention I’m new to blogging and site-building and actually like your blog. You surely have outstanding article content. Bless you for sharing with us your website.

  9. Incredible! This blog looks exactly like something else I remember! It’s on a totally different topic but it had a similar layout and design. Excellent choice of colors!

  10. Hey there and thank you for your information – I’ve definitely picked up something new from here. I’m adding this RSS to my e-mail and can look out for much more of your fascinating content. Make sure you update this again soon.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.