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David Jeremiah & Calvary Chapel Theology Exposed and Debunked A CHRISTIAN “MUST WATCH” 4345818

Are you swept into the modern “Gospel” that denies core, essential truths of the Gospel for the sake of tickling your ears and telling you what you want to h…
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What Must the Church of Christ Do to Be Saved?

What Must the Church of Christ Do to Be Saved?

In “What Must the Church of Christ Do to Be Saved?,” author Leroy Garrett addresses the Stone-Campbell Churches of Christ in a series of essays exploring areas the Church must deal with in order to restore the relevance and unity of the New Testament Church.

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if one is a mormon what steps must be taken to lodge a formal complaint with the church leadership?

Question by jacarre: if one is a mormon what steps must be taken to lodge a formal complaint with the church leadership?
additionally what happens to the people who “vote” in opposition to a church leader being sustained?

Best answer:

Answer by gumby
I don’t know about the formal complaint. I would guess that if you have an issue with your bishop, you go to the stake president. BUT it better be a real issue and not a “I don’t like that he gave this calling to that person”.

As for the voting in opposition, I have seen it done once. The bishop said he would meet with those who had opposed sustaining after the meeting to discuss they’re reasons. In this particular case, the person that was supposed to be sustained still ended up with the calling. I have no idea why someone opposed them being called to that calling.

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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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Of all the things people put on their church websites why must they add hell to their statement of beliefs?

Question by .: Of all the things people put on their church websites why must they add hell to their statement of beliefs?
creepy!

Best answer:

Answer by Donny
Because that is one of their beliefs. The real question is why would they worship a God who would torture someone for eternity?

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Must one go to church to fellowship with god?

Question by kat_xk8: Must one go to church to fellowship with god?
Why is it that one must attend church to fellowship with god
My questions are
1) what does fellowship with god mean?
2) what it doesn’t mean ,
3) what does church have to do with it ?
3) what the heck is fellowship and why isn’t another word used ?
The world will mislead and misinform ? Um not about god
I left church altogether as I had enough and heard enough people misleading and misinforming me about god geez

Best answer:

Answer by The Brad
You do not have to go to church to get into heaven. But you must repent your sins. Which you can easily do that in your home.

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What Must the Church of Christ Do To Be Saved?

What Must the Church of Christ Do To Be Saved?

While not questioning in the least the genuineness of the faith or personal salvation of members of Churches of Christ, the author raises questions as to what these churches must do as a denomination, if that term be allowed, to be “saved” as a viable witness to the Christian faith in today’s world. What must it do to save its own people from boredom, mediocrity, and irrelevance? What must it do to escape from its legalistic, sectarian, and isolationist past and become a meaningful part of the larger Christian world? What must it do to be true to the Bible and to its own heritage in the Stone-Campbell unity movement and become truly ecumenical, truly catholic, truly holy, and truly apostolic?

Dr. Leroy Garrett is a graduate of Abilene Christian University, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Harvard University where he earned the Ph.D. He is a retired professor of philosophy, history, and religion and has taught at several colleges, including Bethany College, Texas Woman’s University, and Dallas Christian College. For thirty-four years he edited the monthly journal, Restoration Review, following six years as editor of Bible Talk. He is the author of The Stone-Campbell Movement, the story of the American Restoration Movement, published by College Press, and an autobiographical work, A Lover’s Quarrel, published by A.C.U. Press. He has lectured at colleges and churches of all three traditions of the Stone-Campbell restoration movement and served on executive committees of both the World Convention of Churches of Christ and the European Evangelistic Society. In 1993, Pepperdine University presented him with the Distinguished Christian Service Award in recognition of his work in “encouraging the reformation and renewal of the church” and his long years as an “enthusiastic promoter of unity and openness in the Stone-Campbell Movement.” He continues to publish occasional essays under the title Soldier On! These may be found at LeroyGarrett.org, along with most of his other writings.

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Jayden Arnold 9 Years old plays Church Anthem and Father in Jesus Name on Hammond Organ. MUST SEE!

Jayden Arnold plays the Church Anthem and Father in Jesus Name on the Hammond during offering at the House of God Southern District Meeting in Atlanta, GA. He’s playing bass pedals and everything…simply amazing….

Can a Westerner join an Eastern Catholic Church or must (s)he join the Roman Church?

Question by Michelle: Can a Westerner join an Eastern Catholic Church or must (s)he join the Roman Church?
When someone of Western ancestry (i.e. patrimony to some traditionally Roman Catholic culture) converts to Catholicism, can that person convert via one of the Eastern Catholic churches or must that person become a member of the Roman Church specifically?

Best answer:

Answer by DesireE
If you think the book of mormon is enough
of God’s word (he who has ears to hear the language of eternity let him hear),
you’re right;
it’s enough to send you to hell.

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