Browsing All posts tagged under »Church«

The Most Important Time To Stop Going To Your Church

June 9, 2018


The Most Important Time to Stop Going to Your Church, A Response to The Gospel Coalition By: Rebecca Davis Here is an excerpt from the article: This article acts as if all the reasons for staying away from church are petty. It makes no allowance for spiritually abusive churches, of which there are many, churches […]

Which Church is right for me?

June 24, 2016


Which Church is right for me? by: Christ’s Own Read the original post here at Christ-centered Life blog. This is a question that, I am sure, we have heard many people ask, and even many of us have asked from time to time. I have come across various answers to this, many of which fail […]

Ekklesia is not church

July 9, 2015


The Lost Word of the Bible— “Ekklesia” By: Steve Simms Article here: A foundational word of the Greek New Testament was lost when the Bible was translated into the English language. That word is ekklesia. How was it lost? And what does it mean? There are two ways to move a word from one language to another: […]

Regarding the “Done with Church” buzz

April 18, 2015


Regarding the “Done with Church” buzz by: Dan Dailey In case you haven’t heard, there is a growing concern in Christendom these days over the droves of people leaving the church. For years now I’ve noticed articles popping up from time to time that have discussed this trend, but lately they are coming at […]

On Leaving Church

December 30, 2014


On Leaving Church by: Bill Muehlenberg There are many Christians who have stopped going to church. They have not given up on God, have not renounced their faith, have not denied Christ, and have not become pagans. They simply are no longer going to church. That this is happening is not a matter of doubt, […]

The Lord has never had a church.

June 26, 2014


The Lord has never had a church. He has always had an ekklesia. By: Steve Dines Here is a short excerpt: Church is built on human thinking. Human systems work like this: Hierarchy. Formal use of power and authority. Routine and mechanistic ways of getting things done. Predominance of one-way communication. Our modern day “Scientific […]

Come to Jesus, not a ‘Church’

February 7, 2014