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An interesting interview with a contemporary Christian:

So tell me, Anna, why do you go to church?I go to church in order to grow spiritually.I see. Can you describe to me what your church gatherings are like?

Sure. Our church services are essentially the same each week. First, the greeters give everyone a bulletin that gives announcements and tells about special events during the week. We then have praise and worship. I love the worship team at our church, and I enjoy the songs and the music.



January 7, 2008 - Posted by | Daily Devotional


  1. But won’t all those pastors have to find jobs? Do any of them even know how to make tents? LOL

    Comment by helenl | January 7, 2008 | Reply

  2. […] in response “Interview With a Church Going Christian” posted at Common Sense […]

    Pingback by THERE IS A PRESENCE « Windows Toward the World | January 7, 2008 | Reply

  3. See also, “THERE IS A PRESENCE” at

    Comment by helenl | January 7, 2008 | Reply

  4. Interesting lesson,
    thanks for covening it.
    What a wonderful culture.
    A few years ago I
    saw something similar in “The Open Church”.

    Pueta ayudo?

    Comment by Voice of Reason | January 10, 2008 | Reply

  5. All a good read.

    Comment by Voice of Reason | January 12, 2008 | Reply

  6. That was quite an interesting read. Not sure if the author is available to answer or not, but I have a couple of observations:

    1. I am familiar with many traditional churches (with pastors) and I have never heard any of them teach against the saints fellowshipping with other saints. Indeed, it is usually encouraged. Much inspiration and Bible knowledge come from the members of the body of Christ fellowshipping, praying and studying with each other.

    2. It’s just my opinion, but I don’t believe the following statement taken from the article is a Biblical principle. It speaks contrary to scripture.

    “Plus, I dont have to try to muster up my will power to seek the Lord during the week.”

    While I believe we can certainly help each other and pray for each other, to think that we personally don’t need to seek the Lord for a week is a dangerous philosophy…in my opinion.

    Although I don’t agree with its premise, the article is interesting. Thank you for sharing it.

    Shirley Buxton

    Comment by Shirley | January 21, 2008 | Reply

  7. Acts 17:24-26

    Comment by Voice of Reason | January 22, 2008 | Reply

  8. Jack, I hope you are all right. You’re in my prayers. Love, Helen

    Comment by helenl | January 26, 2008 | Reply

  9. Jack. Paul. Is anybody home? How is Jack?

    Comment by helenl | February 19, 2008 | Reply

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