When someone leaves our Church to go to another Church, our responsibility is to do the following:
Thank them for the time we had with them.
Be their best cheerleader.
When you run into them at Walmart, CVS, the Flea Market or the Dollar General don't treat them like a leper or like they
I wonder if our lack of a well-informed, biblically-shaped, Jesus-centered theology of the church is due in no small part to the Evangelical/Protestant over-emphasis on the individual over against the community?
I wonder if we have come to define Christianity almost exclusively as a privatized spirituality, that either ignores the central role of the church
In an earlier post, I said that as Christians we should share the Gospel. I gave an acrostic of the Word Gospel and Scriptures to share the Gospel.
Another very effective method of sharing the Gospel is called the Romans Road or the Romans Roadmap. Here are the Scriptures of the Romans Road.
Romans 3:10 and
Sharing the Gospel is something that all Christians should do. It was the last words of the Lord Jesus... his last command... his last commission... the GREAT Commission.
How do we share the Gospel? The best way is just simply start a conversation. That's what Jesus did. When he met the Samaritan woman at the
From time to time, we need to be reminded of what it is that makes us Christians. It isn’t that we live perfect lives. It isn’t that we listen to the right music or don't watch certain movies, or read certain books or wear or don't wear certain clothes. We are Christians because we