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Fellowship Bible Church- do they “really” believe that infants who die of SIDS before baptism all go to hell?

Question by Dorothy K.: Fellowship Bible Church- do they “really” believe that infants who die of SIDS before baptism all go to hell?
O. K. Here is the deal, I am trying to get back into Christianity and was looking for a church to attend and my neighbor (I live in an apartment building) asked me to go to Fellowship Bible Church with her for this coming Sunday. I haven’t yet agreed to go; haven’t disagreed either, but today she wanted to get me caught up in bible study, so I went to her house and we read the first 3 chapters in the book of John. Her husband said that he was baptized as a baby and he felt that was good and that he didn’t need to be baptized again. I just kept an open mind; not really sure what to think. I too, was baptized in Lutheran Church as a baby and was confirmed at 14. Well, his wife said that infant baptism does not count because you are not aware of the significance of this choice. Again, I just kept an open mind and closed mouth. Well, then I couldn’t stand it anymore so I asked, “What happens to babies that die suddenly and were not yet baptized?”
Her response was that the “elders” of the church taught her that they definitely go to hell, because they haven’t repented for original sin. She said that miscarriages are the same way- that potential life goes to hell and aborted babies go to hell too.

I DO NOT AGREE WITH THIS!

Now I’m just wondering if that is even what Fellowship Bible Church even teaches.

Best answer:

Answer by nofx
your neighbor has issues in her life that she needs to deal with.

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Inside The Rock Church – Before Filled with the Congregation

Inside The Rock Church – Before Filled with the Congregation
Rock Church
Image by Old Shoe Woman
On Sunday, August 3, 2008; The Rock Church of Valdosta, Georgia held a Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony with the Mayor of Valdosta and a Dedication Ceremony with the Secretary of the Georgia District of the Assemblies of God.

We had a nice reception after the service, but I didn’t take any photos. First, I was eating. Second, it is a rather tight-squeeze to get many folks into our church’s kitchen/dining room. We had fried chicken wings, deviled (angel) eggs, sandwiches (ham, egg salad, pimiento cheese, chicken salad), vegetable crudites, variety of cheese cubes, beverages (coffee, Sprite, Coke, iced-tea), and dessert (chocolate chip cookies, brownies, cheesecake bites, mini-muffins).

See the set here.

What are the similarities and differences between the situation of the church today and the church before?

Question by aileen: What are the similarities and differences between the situation of the church today and the church before?
What are the similarities and differences between the situation of the church today and the church before?

Best answer:

Answer by dazed&confused
God

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Before You Go: A Few Sneaky-Good Questions Every Minister Must Answer Before Moving to a New Church

Before You Go: A Few Sneaky-Good Questions Every Minister Must Answer Before Moving to a New Church

Who should read Before You Go?

1. All Minister/Pastor types who are thinking about changing churches.
While written from the perspective a Lead Pastor, it will also be a helpful read for ministers filling other staff roles.

2. Members of search teams looking to improve their search process.
It will give search teams insights into what candidates may be thinking throughout the process, as well as some deeper questions to explore during the interview.

3. Ministers who have recently moved to a new church.
Much of what is in the book applies to the first year of ministry at a new church too.

4. Church leaders: Elders, Deacons, Staff, Ministry Leaders, and Volunteers.
Staff transitions are a critical aspect of church life. Every church leader needs to be aware of the behind-the-scenes complexities described in Before You Go.

5. Anyone making a career transition.
Many of the principles in this book apply to other professions and organizations.Who should read Before You Go?

1. All Minister/Pastor types who are thinking about changing churches.
While written from the perspective a Lead Pastor, it will also be a helpful read for ministers filling other staff roles.

2. Members of search teams looking to improve their search process.
It will give search teams insights into what candidates may be thinking throughout the process, as well as some deeper questions to explore during the interview.

3. Ministers who have recently moved to a new church.
Much of what is in the book applies to the first year of ministry at a new church too.

4. Church leaders: Elders, Deacons, Staff, Ministry Leaders, and Volunteers.
Staff transitions are a critical aspect of church life. Every church leader needs to be aware of the behind-the-scenes complexities described in Before You Go.

5. Anyone making a career transition.
Many of the principles in this book apply to other professions and organizations.

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