Loving Jesus Christ involves a passionate commitment to His church — around the world and down the street. I especially enjoyed the thoughts on attending church as a consumer vs. Consumers critique and analyze the singing, the sermon, the experience.A communer is there to stand before the "Audience of One".
Church books are invaluable source material for genealogists, but also important source material for historians and folklore researchers.
Thus, in the latter half of the 20th century, the majority of church books residing in the regional archives were microfilmed.
We're not into commitment — we only want to date the church. Stop Dating the Church reminds us that faith was never meant to be a solo pursuit.
The church is the place God grows Are You Dating the Church?
We are a generation of consumers, independent and critical.
The church is the place God grows us, encourages us, and uses us best. Fantastic book that opened my eyes and helped me realize my responsibility to my local church.Acts chapter 2, we are in a study on what it means to be a part and a participant in the church that we have entitled, ''The Church Member Of My Dreams.'' If you'll remember, we've already dealt with and discussed the first essential element of church membership and that is that you've got to know Christ.It's not enough just to have your name on some church roll; you've got to have your name on heaven's roll.That's what the Bible says in Acts chapter 2, verse 41.''Then they that gladly received his word were baptized: and the same day there were added unto them about three thousand souls.'' Peter preached.Three thousand people were saved, and the church was born.Since the beginning of the 21st century, the regional archives have received many church books which are yet to be microfilmed.