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Number of Pages: 144
Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 7.13 X 5 (inches)
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Kevin G. Harney (kevingharney.com) serves at Shoreline Community Church in Monterey, California. He is the author of many books and studies, including Organic Outreach for Ordinary People, Seismic Shifts, and Reckless Faith.
Sherry Harney (sherryharney.com) has served as a childrens ministry director and a womens ministry director, and is the author of more than sixty small-group Bible studies. One of her greatest passions is investing in the next generation of women in the church.
dzzzAge: 45-54Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5ChurchesFebruary 27, 2011dzzzAge: 45-54Gender: femaleFinding a church that you want to be a part of is a challenge. There are so many choices, but not enough time to do the research. Could that be one of the reasons that there are a lot of Christians who do not go to church? Instead some choose to study the bible at home with their loved one. It is important to understand what kind of church that you would want to be part of because this is where you are going to receive you spiritual nourishment. To make an informed decision it's important first to understand the beginnings of the church, today churches, and how to fine a church that works for you.
When God originally set up His Church He gave detailed instructions of what was to be done, down to the smallest detail, and how it was to be done leaving nothing to chance. God sent his only son Jesus so that we would know the Father. Jesus taught us how to how to pray. When Jesus was called up to heaven, he left his twelve apostles to spread the good news to the people of the world. The word spread and many believed that Jesus Christ was the long awaited Messiah.
Each person must make that choose of what church that they will attend themselves. With everything that is going on today it is important to have a church where you are growing in the words of Jesus. You might not always feel comfortable, but that can be a part of growth. We need to be ready for Jesus when he comes back for us.
L Mcintosh5 Stars Out Of 5June 8, 2009L McintoshExcellant book to read when looking for an appointed place of worship according to Deutronomy 12. most of all seek God in and before the move and he will direct your path. Inspiring and informative with the truth of why people leave the church
Barbara Johnson5 Stars Out Of 5June 25, 2008Barbara JohnsonThis book is a basic tool for anyone having come out of a negative church experience or for those teaching in a venue of prospects to your church and visitors. We make certain to place this book into the hands of each family that is considering joining our body of believers-it keeps us a "healthy church" with books like this to navigate fitting into the Masterpiece puzzle of the extended family called 'my church family'.