A big turnoff to non-believers is “hypocrites” in the church. How are you prepared to answer people who question the message of the gospel?
Some of us have barely gotten over Monday, yet others are busy planning the next church service. Pray for those working behind the scenes.
Prepare your heart now for worship at church tomorrow. Confess your sin and enter that time of praise with an open and listening heart.
I know folks who were turned off by bad experiences in church, but I don’t know anyone who walked away from a true relationship with Christ.
When one part of your body hurts, other parts ache, too. Put that analogy in the context of the church, and help the parts that are hurting.
If you think God doesn’t speak to you, or you don’t know how to hear him, start by spending time in the Bible, pray often, & go to church.
Do you ever look at Bible heroes (or church leaders) and wonder how you’ll ever measure up? You are you; God has plans for your life.
Even at church, we can put on an outward show for others that distracts us from worshiping God. Get your heart ready now for tomorrow.
What does Easter mean to you? Is it just a one-day checklist item to feel good that you went to church, or does it mean something more?
Whether you were raised in church or came to know the Lord as an adult, how has your view of God changed, over the years?