If someone is a new believer, and does not have a church, what should they look for in a church?
Before you begin your search, pray for the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Look for teaching that is Christ centered and teaches that salvation is in Christ alone. Also, check out their ministries and attend an adult Sunday school class. Look for a church that also offers a weekly Bible study and attend that as well. Are the people friendly and welcoming? The Lord will guide you in your search.
they should do as any believer and ASK GOD where HE wants them for now. They have no business searching for a place to attend. And certainly should avoid "seeker friendly" churches.
by gvalenoae7772 years ago
If a Christian stops attending church and starts from home reading&studying his bible is he in sin?many christians attend church and are no different than those who do not attend. If a person committed to Jesus,...
by pisean2823117 years ago
if person believes in divinity of christ but rejects bible ..do he/she can still be said as believer?
by grace_more7 years ago
I have heard many arguments both in favor and against this subject. Many would say, it is a must to be regular in church attendance to earn a good standing before God. Some others say, it is not important whether you...
by justamber6 years ago
Do you think a pedophile should be allowed to attend your church?Jesus wouldn't want us to turn anyone away. But as a parent, it totally freaks me out. We go to a small church and my kids are so comfortable because...
by Wake Up Call Min.8 years ago
We need church because we are relational beings.
by Susan Reid4 years ago
Those Hubbers (and there are a lot here!) who identify as Christians.Do you consider yourself "born again?"What church or type of service do you attend?How often do you go to church?Are you in leadership...
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