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Welcome to THE CHURCH IS BROKEN podcast.


Join Samuel Neider, a former pastor, on his journey of enlightenment as he shares his story of walking through darkness and despair to lay hold of the LIGHT that he could not find in 30 years of seeking, searching, and serving in the church.


Samuel exposes why the church is broken and how the misaimed, man-made system fails at bringing light into the world and at producing transformation in the lives of the believers.


Samuel will empower you, the listener, with the good news of living the KINGDOM LIFE, based on the TRUTH of what Jesus really taught and commissioned us to do - the TRUTH that has been veiled by the broken system of the church.


To dialogue with Samuel directly go to The Church is Broken Facebook page.

Jun 25, 2018

In this episode, Sam addresses some critics and sheds light on why he isn't an angry man,  but he is a violent man. As believers, we are called to become Kingdom Warriors and to enter into the battle to bring the Kingdom of Heaven to the earth. This starts by bringing light first into the darkness within us, then into...

Jun 18, 2018


In this episode, Sam continues to challenge religion and the organized church. With James using his status as the flesh brother of Jesus, he emerges as the self-appointed leader in Jerusalem. Paul, of his own volition, establishes elders in the cities he preached in. And once established, this hierarchy became the...

Jun 11, 2018

In this episode, Sam contends that the Apostle Paul got it wrong by establishing churches – that he went beyond the bounds of what Jesus commissioned him to do in his conversion. Blasphemous as this may sound, Sam asks the listener to consider that Paul was a man, not a deity who never made a mistake and that the New...

Jun 5, 2018

In this episode, Sam lays the foundation of his argument that the church is broken because God never intended for it to be or become what it is. In the Gospels, Jesus only uses the word “church” in two places because the church was not His focus, His mission, or His commission. Nor is it ours. Today we are NOT...