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Are the Protestants jealous of the Catholics because Jesus is truly present in every Catholic Church?

Question by Danny: Are the Protestants jealous of the Catholics because Jesus is truly present in every Catholic Church?
Jesus Christ is truly present in every church all throughout the world. He is truly present on every altar inside every tabernacle. You think the Protestants are jealous of the Catholics because of this?

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Answer by danielle
what? no. if they were jealous then they wouldn’t be Christians or they would just convert to Catholicism.

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Vertical Church: What Every Heart Longs for. What Every Church Can Be.

Vertical Church: What Every Heart Longs for. What Every Church Can Be.

An emergency call, and I rush from my coziness into the dark community where the police have requested a chaplain. Arriving in minutes, I find the family imploding with grief having just discovered their son hanging in the garage. In a moment of unshakable pain, he jumped off the ladder and into eternity. And I will never shake the look in their eyes when I asked why he hadn’t called a church. “Why would he do that?”¬†Across town, a pool of tears on my kitchen table as an out of town guest feels the weight of his infidelity, despairing that his famished soul finds no refuge and that he has to board a plane to feel fellowship. “Has your church tried to help you?” And the Christian leader confesses he hasn’t been to church in years.

Infighting, backbiting, heartbreaking, frustrating … church.

Though exceptions do exist, the reality is that church in America is failing one life at a time. Somewhere between pathetically predictable and shamefully entertaining, sadly sentimental and rarely authentic, church has become worst of all … godless.

Vertical Church points to a new day where God is the seeker, and we are the ones found. In Vertical Church God shows up, and that changes everything.

If you want to experience God as you never have before and witness His hand at work, if you want to wake up to the first thought, “Thank God it’s Sunday,” if you’re ready to feel your heart beat faster as you drive to your place of worship … then devour and digest the lessons of Vertical Church.

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Inside the Churches of Christ: The Reflection of a Former Pharisee On What Every Christian Should Know About the Nondenomination Denomination

Inside the Churches of Christ: The Reflection of a Former Pharisee On What Every Christian Should Know About the Nondenomination Denomination

This book is a documentary containing many dozens of quotes from Church of Christ practitioners from all over the USA, and it accurately reflects the theological philosophy prevalent within this faith. It discusses fundamental differences between the theology of the Churches of Christ and that of other protestant denominations. Written by a fifty-year member of the Churches of Christ, it offers an opportunity for self-examination rarely available to members of this brotherhood.

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The Purpose Driven Church: Every Church Is Big in God’s Eyes

The Purpose Driven Church: Every Church Is Big in God’s Eyes

  • The Purpose Driven Church

‘The Purpose Driven Church has brought focus and direction to more pastors and church leaders than you can count. What a gift!’—John Ortberg, bestselling author Every church is driven by something. Tradition, finances, programs, personalities, events, seekers, and even buildings can each be the controlling force in a church. But Rick Warren believes that in order for a church to be healthy it must become a purpose-driven church, built around the five New Testament purposes given to the church by Jesus. ‘The issue is church health, not church growth!’ declares Warren. ‘If your church is healthy, growth will occur naturally. Healthy, consistent growth is the result of balancing the five biblical purposes of the church.’ Rick Warren shares a proven five-part strategy that will enable your church to grow * warmer through fellowship * deeper through discipleship * stronger through worship * broader through ministry * larger through evangelism The Purpose Driven Church shifts the focus away from church building programs to emphasizing a people-building process. Warren says, ‘If you will concentrate on building people, God will build the church.’The thesis of The Purpose Driven Church is that when churches think first about their health, growth is sure to follow. “If your church is healthy,” writes Rick Warren, “growth will occur naturally. Healthy, consistent growth is the result of balancing the five biblical purposes of the church.” These five purposes are to “Love the Lord with all your heart,” “Love your neighbor as yourself,” “Go and make disciples,” “[Baptize] them,” and “[Teach] them to obey.” And those purposes can only be accomplished, argues Warren, when church leaders stop thinking about church-building programs and shift their focus to a “people-building process” involving fellowship, discipleship, worship, and evangelism. Warren, the founder of the fastest-growing Baptist church in American history, has taught seminars to thousands of pastors from all over the world, many of whom have successfully implemented his techniques.

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Amber Bullock Performs “For Every Mountain” at Brentwood Baptist Church – Music World Gospel

Amber Bullock performs For Every Mountain at Brentwood Baptist Church Buy Thank You now! Go to this link to purchase from iTunes: bit.ly/amberbullock Keep up-to-date with Amber: Twitter: twitter.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Website: musicworldent.com

Imagine Sitting On Your Church Pew Every Day At School

Imagine Sitting On Your Church Pew Every Day At School
Church pews
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"Children, please sit down at your desks!" That’s a typical teacher to student command.

In most US school, you may think that school desks are part of the basics. Some progressive schools use group table sitting to foster learning and team work. However, just suppose students sit on benches versus sit at desks in school. I think that would be a different learning experience. And it would not be an unpleasant experience.

Many Congolese students do not have a school desk but they must sit on a bench. The bench is actually a church pew borrowed from the nearby church. I wonder how the teacher-student exchange starts between these Congolese students and their teacher. Since the children do not have desk, are all references to desk omitted? Are students assigned their bench positions at the beginning of the school year? Also, do they recognize their pew from church?

Visit Congo Helping Hands, www.CongoHelpingHands.org/desks.htm, to support their school desk project.

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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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