If you attend church and are part of a "church family", what part of the family are you?
If you are part of a "church family", what relational part of the family do you consider yourself to be? A loving grandma, a black sheep, a long lost cousin, the strange aloof aunt, the wise father or grandpa?
In looking your list over I thought about how each member of a local church has a different relationship with every other individual in that group. Though primarily the goal of a church member should be to exemplify the Christ's nature and will as given to us in the whole counsel of the Word of God, dispelling stereotypes is an "activity" (if you will) that I like to engage in. For instance, age segregation happens naturally to a certain extent but there is no Scriptural basis for doing so to the extent that society has taken it today. Dialogues about the topic, and pointedly interacting with various age groups is important if I am going to be involved relationally with them.
by Wake Up Call Min. 9 years ago
We need church because we are relational beings.
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