Stop dating the church

18-May-2016 20:00

Harris believes that many, and perhaps even the majority of Christians, have a fear of committment to the church.

Rather than committing to a local body of believers, most Christians “date the church,” refusing to commit to a long-term relationship.

We can’t use the excuse that the church has messed up too many times or that we’re disillusioned.

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Now, this morning we're going to be looking and learning about the second characteristic of the church member of my dreams, and that's what I want to call a committed membership. Now, the ladies that work on my library will tell you that that's nothing new. But, the title of this book really got my attention.

So, I bought the book and I read the book and I liked it so much and I got so much out of it that I picked up several copies that we have made available for you to pick up today after the service back in the foyer. This excerpt only shows a 2000 character sample of the full content.

It will do the same for you.”–Andrew Hall; Ilderton, Ontario Previously published as Stop Dating the Church “Christians belong in churches–the only places where we can thrive and grow spiritually. We were never meant to live our faith in isolation.

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