(CP) – With more than 800,000 followers on Facebook, Chicago-based internet preacher and U.S. Army veteran, Marcus Rogers, has an audience on social media that’s much greater than popular established churches like Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church and is just about 300,000 shy of Joel Osteen’s Texas-based Lakewood Church’s 1.1 million followers. “I am just a nobody trying to tell everybody about somebody who can save anybody! His name is Jesus,” Rogers, who turns 33 next month, boldly declares

in the introduction to his page which you must follow in order to get the latest updates. With one click his latest words of wisdom for Christian living are delivered in written posts and videos which often rack up millions of views. “People choose to follow people who are portraying the version of Christianity that they are comfortable with,” he warned in a veiled shot perhaps about the growing and diverse industry of internet preachers and online ministries. “Everybody claiming to be a Christian isn’t a Christian. Everyone claiming to have a word [from] God doesn’t really have one. It’s dangerous to just follow anybody claiming to be a Christian.” READ MORE

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