Confirmation is a time to learn about your church, the entire church community and what it means to be a faithful Christian. You will also understand the privileges and responsibilities of church membership. 143 more words
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From a historical perspective, Christianity didn’t start with Jesus’ birth, his death or even his storied ascension to heaven. It started with Pentecost — the day the “Holy Spirit” entered a room holding Jesus’ apostles and entered each of them, an event which — as my minister uncle tells me — “makes the church the church.” 413 more words
When we love the Triune God and the Bible, it’s easy to love people—right?
No, not really.
People are too complicated.
They don’t think the way we want them to, they are selfish, sometimes they are mean, they even kill for no reason, or bully the underdog, or they don’t make correct lifestyle choices. 397 more words