24 May, 2017
Post By : David Lindner
For many of us, church is something we attend. It’s the pastor’s thing. I come to it, when I feel like it, but it’s just something I do.
Well, what if I told you church isn’t something you go to or do? And what if I told you that God has designed this community to function in community? And what if I told you, you were never meant to attend church. Instead, you were created to be an integral part of a body.
What would that change in you or me? I invite you to listen in as we talk about what it means to be an owner instead of a renter when it comes to church. We take a look at the radical lifestyle of the New Testament church and contrast that with the American church today. It’s a little longer than usual, but we invite you to take the time and soak it in.
You are far more valuable to God as a child than you are as a chair filler.