THE CHURCH

Is Christianity Blinded by Color?

 

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Okay, I am beginning to put words to these thoughts. This subject is not easy and before anyone makes it public, it must be done prayerfully and in earnest. Yet it is always important to address these things at some point.



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Should I or Shouldn’t I? Understanding The Value of Attending Corporate Worship

 

 
 

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The church was always a part of my life. For the most part, I enjoyed attending even though there were times when I struggled to get there for various reasons. God gave me a love for the church and no matter how I felt I knew it was important for me to be there. Today, as a husband and father nothing has changed. Attending a place of worship has always been an intricate part of our family’s life and continues to be an essential part of our fellowship together.



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The Church

Today, there are several acceptable ways to define a church. Some see the church as a place where people meet. We have often heard the phrase, ‘there is a church down the street’, yet it is referred to a church even when no one is presently meeting there for services. Or someone will say that they belong to a particular ‘Baptist’ or ‘Presbyterian’ church. Ultimately, the only way to resolve this is to once again look at God’s word for the most accurate description of a church.



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