We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
Denomination Derby: Why You Should Join the Christian Reformed Church
You hear a lot of folks these days talk about “reformed theology.” Sometimes reformed theology is mentioned with a sneer or an eye roll. Sometimes reformed theology is given a th…
What is Christian Science?
Christian Science is based on the words and healing works of Jesus Christ, and the Holy Bible is our guide.
None of America's 100 largest churches welcome LGBT people
Megachurches across the US are preaching rejection of LGBT people, a study has found.
10 Things This Christian Doesn't Believe About The Bible
Whenever Christians talk about their faith with other Christians or with non-Christians the Bible is there, either as an overt discussion topic or as part of the background noise in the room. Many followers of Jesus assume that everyone believes everything about the Bible that they believe about the Bible, which makes for some very messy miscommunication and far too… Continue Reading 10 Things This Christian Doesn’t Believe About The Bible
"Why can't church just say "All are Welcome!" and leave it at that?" Clunky Questions Ep1 S2
ReconcilingWorks has teamed up with Extraordinary Lutheran Ministries (ELM) during LGBT PRIDE month to bring you the second season of "Clunky Questions." The...
Why God Makes You Wait
"Always consider that God’s heart can be toward you even while his hand appears to be against you."
Seeing How God is Working at Trinity by Mark Barr
Seeing How God is Working at Trinity My wife, Marcia, and I are visiting Sunday School classes. We are following up on a wonderful suggestion to visit each Sunday School class twice. This experience is providing us a fantastic opportunity to see first-hand how God is working at Trinity Baptist Church in a variety of …
What is God up to?
A monthly message from the presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. This month she says the question is: "What is God up to?"
How to Spend Time with God
The following is by Meghan O’Brien, a summer intern at Christ Community The Right Perspective Before I begin giving ideas about how to have an effective quiet time or how to intentionally spend time with the Lord, I think it is really important to make sure you know how significant the Bible is. I have noticed in my own life ... Read More
How We Argue About God
Unitarian Universalist sermons and other reflections in liberal religion.
Rejoice in What God Has Given
What Makes God Proud
When we make much of all God promises to be for us, he is proud to be our God.
What To Do While Waiting For God
April 9, 2017 by Kevin Springer Luke 19:10-27 Palm Sunday 2017
How To Hear God Speak to You
This Is Why I've Been Angry at God
My entire life I have performed to define my self worth, to gain the acceptance of others and to be loved by God. I found it very difficult to accept that I was good enough and lovable just for being me. I believed that if I acted the right way, lived a certain way and did enough for God, then my
What Does God Seek?
God has saved us to serve Him in sincerity, and He desires to use us to gather others who will as well.
How We Hear God
April 26, 2015 Speaker: Pastor Cody Hall April 19, 2015 Speaker: Pastor Cody Hall April 12, 2015 Speaker: Pastor Cody Hall Gap Community Church Gap Community Church was founded in 2003 as a church plant of The Worship Center in Leola, Pa. We continue to provide a safe place to learn about God no matter where you are on your spiritual journey. Service Time
Why Do I Need to Obey God? John 14:15
We are a Southern Baptist Church, by affiliation. We cooperate with, and are part of a larger denomination. East Shore Baptist Church (ESBC) is an independent church, which truly believes in God’s Word, the Bible, as the sole source of faith and practice.