You are welcome to our brand new, totally revamped OkChrist.com website.
(Look for the 3 items that are the heart of this website: Blue (sky) for Father, Red (blood) for the Son, Green (earth) for the Spirit).
At last, the content of this website has become universal through Google Translate. We all know and regret the lack of precision in such a translation application but we still believe that it remains a formidable useful tool for the many languages on Earth and still fondly appreciate this “imperfect translation tool”. OkChrist is now available to the entire world.
OkChrist.com was first published on Christmas day in the year 2000. Today, on Christmas day 2013, we are humbled and excited with our new look and have retained our original commitment. “To share to all, in simple terms, the Good News of Eternal Life and sharing the amazing wonderment of who God the Father, Son and Spirit is”.
Appreciations are expressed to Luc-André Paquette who was the visionary behind the design of this site and the supporter of 7 years times 2 in ardent work of this website, in silence and in the background. His work shall forever be remembered. Then, we express our appreciations to Jason T. Wiser and his Team for his excellent work in bringing our site to a more contemporary time and look and make it accessible to all languages.
Not all pages are completed currently and your valued patience is appreciated. In time, we shall fill all those pages with excellent material, so please, visit us often.
We would have a multitude of more names to share who worked behind all the tremendous efforts of bringing to you this site, but time/space does not allow us to name them all but they know of our deep affectionate gratitude.
This website wants to be relevant to all, including mature Christians, young Christians and non-Christians alike. We are open minded and we reject the judgemental element that we sadly see too often in the professing Christians of the day. We are not “affiliated”. We are Christians. Period. Indeed, we want to follow Christ with boldness and we believe that we all have so many things to learn from God, our Blessed Divine Teacher, the Holy Spirit. The moment a Christian remains closed minded to anything different from what he/she has been taught, well, such a Christian puts a wall between him/her and God HIMSELF. No more growing spiritually. That wall is called “spiritual pride”!
Such “spiritual pride” is not our calling. We want to express what we believe to be the truth as our God humbly teaches us and we are not followers of Religions and eagerly seek for your comments and questions. Remember our Lord’s words: “Seek, and you shall find”.
We are Christians, we want to be Christ Centered and we supplicate our Father to make us Disciples of our Lord, Jesus of Nazareth.
- Philippe Paquette
- Christmas 2013