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Why Choose Christian Community Church?

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Why Choose Christian Community Church?

By: Jimmy Messerer

About the Author

Jimmy Messerer is considered one of the savviest emerging writers of his generation. The author has extensive experience writing on a huge assortment of social networking websites that enable people to connect and share co-workers, family, friends and ministries.for more information please visit,Christian Community Church.

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ichurch Network is one of the fastest online growing Christian Social/Academic networks. The network has come up with an advanced tool to provide its Christian Community Church members with called iStore, which is very helpful for promoters, ministries, artists, business owners and others providing them an opportunity to purchase a range of products directly to a Christian Community. As far as the core business of this network is concerned, it basically works as an ecommerce driven Christian Social Network and Christian Community Church through which a sheer number of people can connect and share their views and information with their co-workers, family, friends and ministries.

ichurch Network is known as a global technology company which continues making efforts in developing advanced and innovative tools that can really help you a lot in reconnecting with your old friends and making a new group. This also prepares a new ground for keeping you in touch with youth group, book club, church members, and family and baseball team. The presence of Christian Music Video Downloads also enables you to stay in touch with the artists you like the most. You can also maintain your relation with the missionary you support via this network.

The members of IChurch Network can experience and enjoy different services like text messaging, prayer requests, shopping, and Christian music video downloading. The monitored content environment also allows them to enjoy donation features with social networking. The site is also incorporated with other features like join discussions, the ability to read sermons online, Uplifting, Event calendar, a comprehensive address book, Mobile Uplift, picture gallery, chatting, Christian Music Video downloads and search for new friends across the world. This is why I will advise you to join this Christian Community which has evolved today as the popular and most in-demand Christian Social Network and Christian Community Church niche market.

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Jimmy Messerer
About the Author:

Jimmy Messerer is considered one of the savviest emerging writers of his generation. The author has extensive experience writing on a huge assortment of social networking websites that enable people to connect and share co-workers, family, friends and ministries.for more information please visit,Christian Community Church.


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Question by EngageYourself7: How do I choose the best church to attend?
My wife and I attend a church together, but lately I’ve been wanting to return to an old church that I went to for many years when I was younger. I just don’t feel at home with the church we are currently attending.

Best answer:

Answer by Gray area
It really doesn’t matter. All Churches worship the same God, as there is ONLY one God, but may have different names.

As long as you are not an atheist you will be just fine

Give your answer to this question below!

How to Choose a Church Website Builder or Church Website Designer?

How to Choose a Church Website Builder or Church Website Designer?

Every Church website builder has their own set of features, but I’ve found that many are charging an exorbitant amount or they offer such a cheap website that there is no functionality.  There are several guidelines that every person researching a church website builder needs to consider.

Their portfolio is an good indication of what kind of work they do.  For example: www.camnio.com/portfolio.html . Portfolios should show a variety of workmanship and features. Watch out for those portfolios that include lots of costly “extras”. Make sure that the standard features of a website are clearly marked somewhere on the site. Portfolios should also be changing frequently, possibly every three months or so, so look to see if there has been change in the site recently. Portfolios are the signature of any good website company. Make sure that each website has a signature look for the church that is being represented. If each site is a “cookie-cutter” site, then you will know that yours will look like everybody else’s.

Another indicator that the company may charge a bit more than you’re wanting is when they ask you to contact them for prices.  If there are no sample prices, chances are that they are going to charge more. Like I mentioned above, there should be a standard set price for a set number of features that they offer. Only a few sites include every feature in each site for the same price. CAMNIO media is one of those companies. Many companies will have pricing tiers, which start from a base price with limited features, and travel up in price depending on what you need in your site. Remember to shop around as some places give you everything they offer for one low price. The tiered concept is that the top tier is the most expensive. Sites with tiers or itemized website building usually tend to be much more expensive.

Functionality is a key thing that you should look out for.  Will it be able to show new visitors how to find your church?  Or better yet, will they have a fair shot of really knowing what your church is all about without having to think about dysfunctional web design.  Remember your church website is meant for your visitors too. Sites usually can have all of the bells and whistles to catch peoples eyes without being complicated or frustrating to use. Sites should be user-friendly and also always changing. If a site cannot be easily changed, then its attraction is greatly hindered. People only visit sites that stay current and fresh. Functionality is needed from every angle. Make sure that you are not spending money for a site that is too complicated to update. If you have to learn a new language to update your site, you will always be on a definite learning curve. If you know English, then your site should be programmed in English! Make sure that you get a site that has multiple user possibilities. Ask yourself these questions: Are different users able to update this?  Meaning, can the youth pastor add his events, while the Senior Fellowship adds their events. “Is this site useable from the oldest to the youngest?”

But what about functionality for an existing church member?  When your church members want to come and use the site to catch up on church events and important ministry information, the calendar and announcements modules comes in very handy.  You want to provide functionality for each person that will visit your site. Look for sites that offer separate logins for members versus new attendees. There might be pertinent information that the members of your church need but you might not want the new visitors to be apart of. Make sure that the site offers functionality that serves the purpose of your church and your ministry events.

A website really should be a “living” website.  Meaning that people within the church are involved with updating the website and keeping it fresh and new.  Once pictures become out of date, or announcements are no longer relevant, people are not going to want to come back to your site for more info.  In fact, it is more of a deterrent. The key, again, is for the site itself to be easily updateable. You don’t want to have to fight with your site each time you want to make updates. The easier it is to update, the more relevant and alive your site will become. And remember, a living website is more likely to grow in popularity than a stagnant dead one.

Lastly, you should go with a company that has great customer service. You don’t want to be caught in a situation where you are in a crisis and the company is too busy or too impersonal to help you. Make sure that the company really does have your interest at heart. Talk to them on the phone for a few minutes and get a feel for the vision and mission of that company. If money is their motivator, you are just a dollar sign that has little value. If their focus is ministry, then their service will be more personal for the sake of the gospel. You will have a better relationship with a ministry driven, gospel minded company than one that is only business oriented. When you are in the process of designing and as you learn how to take care of your website, this friendly helpful service will be of great benefit to you.

When you combine all of the portions of this article and put them together, you should have a comprehensive take on what to look for in a website company.

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Why is Christianity so divided (domination wise – Methodist/Baptist/Church of Christ/Catholic)? How to choose?

Question by Cheyne185: Why is Christianity so divided (domination wise – Methodist/Baptist/Church of Christ/Catholic)? How to choose?
To be Baptized or Christened? Rituals? No music in church/music in church?
How did the foundational belief system for Christ get so messed up and separated?
How can one just find Christ and follow his path with so many distractions from (hate to say) judgmental “believers” … Sorry so long, but this is a serious problem for me.

Best answer:

Answer by lordua
Cause its a bunch of BS. That’s why the science word is not divided.

Give your answer to this question below!

How to Choose a Church

How to Choose a Church

What do they believe? Sometimes churches not only have non-traditional practices [a good thing] they have unscriptural beliefs, even if it is a denomination that normally goes with scriptural beliefs.

I once had business with a church in a city East of Dallas.  A friend I was staying with was of this denomination but was reluctant to attend because the pastor was a lady.

I may disagree that the pastor should be a lady, but that is a personal interpretation.  What is much more important is Do they believe the Bible?  So I asked the following question of her.  “Do you believe that the Bible, as written in the original languages, is the literal, inerrant, inspired [meaning God breathed] word of God?  Her answer was “That’s a long question”.  Well it kind of is, but my response to her was “That’s a yes or no question”.  And it is.

John chapter 1 makes it clear that Jesus is the Living Word.

So, first we must ask the following questions:

“Do you believe that the Protestant Bible, without the apocrypha, as written in the original languages is the literal, inerrant, inspired [meaning God-breathed] written word of God? If the answer to that question is anything other than a simple “yes”, it is time to move on to another church. Do you believe that salvation is by grace alone through faith alone in Jesus Christ alone? I’m not as concerned about the answer to this question being a simple “yes” as I am the one above.  Perhaps it’s a personal opinion, but I grew up in a denomination that taught baptism as part of the “plan of salvation.” They used scriptures like Acts 2:38 and Mark 16:16 for this doctrine.  I later changed my mind on this because scripture stretching was being used to also promote this doctrine [John 3:3] and by reading other scriptures in the book of Acts.  So, long as the concept is there that’s fine.  Different denominations have various “steps” in the plan of salvation. Do you believe in the Trinity? There are variations in the answer to this question.  One thing that can happen with this question is that the answer can be a simple “yes”, but they mean something else.  As the Mormons do.   Another thing that can happen with this question is that they can say something similar to “No, not like you do” and actually believe like you do.  I learned about this by attending a Seventh Day Adventist Church.  They do not consider the Trinity as not personal, but in their Sabbath Classes talked about the Holy Spirit Guiding you.  A pastor once told me that it’s important to believe in the Trinity because if you don’t, then you believe in a different God.  As I read the scripture I see plenty of scriptures that suggest the Trinity but I’m not convinced that his statement is true.  It is important to recognize the Divinity of Christ, and the Divinity of the Godhead. Do you believe that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh? This is a question to ask spirits, according to 1st John 4:1-3. “Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world. 2  Hereby know ye the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is of God: 3  And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world.” 1st John 4:1-3 KJV What translation do you use? Why is this an important question?  Because the written word gives us guidance as to whether or not someone is telling the truth.  There is a book by a fellow named Antony LeVey who wrote a book called the satanic bible.  Now, it’s unlikely that a church claiming to be Christian  will use that.  But satan is a liar and the father of lies, and he can and does work through interpretations and translations.  You need to be sure that the leaders are not false teachers. Ask any questions you can think of. Ask why they use their style of music, ask about things you notice during the service, and if they don’t like all your questions, it may be that they think you are interfering.  If they think you are not worth the time and effort to answer questions, even questions they do not like or may not like what it implies, it’s not a good thing.  Under no circumstances should the leaders give you the impression you are not wanted.  They may be able to expect repentance, but it should always be allowed, no matter what your past, and what you have done.

“Butch” West is a Christian and gardener who has studied nutrition and works for a local Fitness Center in Pflugerville, Texas.