Don't have one, I was brought to faith in an AoG (Assemblies of God) have fellow-shipped in Pentecostal and Baptist bodies, regularly meet with (renegade) Charismatic Catholics, and belong to a loose association of believers worldwide who converse about Christ, but I do not 'belong' to any denomination, I simply believe and follow His instructions.
There is ONLY one church (those set apart) and it belongs to Christ, not a denomination or system, and all those who are His know each other by their actions and words, and obedience to the Word.
And.... yes, we still muck things up on occasion and none are perfect, just made righteous BY Christ, not of our own accord, but by His righteousness.
The body of Christ does not need further division... just lets remain the body!! Unity is strength ...heard somewhere..
I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim. We believe in Jesus Christ; not as god or son of god; he was just a human being flesh ,bones etc a truthful Messenger Prophet servant of the Creator-God Allah YHWH like Moses, Krishna,Buddha, Zoroaster and Muhammad. Being an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim one has to believe in the truthfulness of all the Prophets academically; not even one is to be excluded; in that sense Jesus Christ is a part of our belief and in that sense apart from being firmly Muslims, true followers of Muhammad- the Seal of the Prophet; we have a claim to be the only true Christians also as we are the only true followers of Moses,Krishna,Buddha,Zoroaster etc.
I am not a denomination of the "Christianity" invented by Paul that has nothing to do with Jesus the Christ; but the "Truthful Christianity of Jesus";whose Second Coming has already taken place in the years 1835-1908, symbolically.
Jesus is not going to come literally and physically, as he died a natural and peaceful death is buried at Mohallah Khanyar, Srinagar, Kashmir, India.
The Christian could wait for the literal coming of Jesus till eternity as the Jews are waiting of the coming of Moshiach; it is their free will.
Muslims = Islam? Islam & christianity have common roots, but differ in that christians believe the writings of Paul & Muslims believe Mohammad?
Sorry;Jesus' true followers never followed Paul; Paul was an enemy of Jesus and his follower; before and after Paul's Illegitimate vision he never saw. Jesus was at that time heading towards India to spread his teachings to the lost 10 tribes residing there and the neighboring regions.
Others could differ with me with reasons.
There are a lot of Christians on Hub Pages, although this is probably not the best time of day/night to catch them!
I will be very interested to see how they self-identify in terms of denomination.
I myself am a Catholic married to a Lutheran.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints though most popularly known as the "Mormon" church.
Non denominational. If I needed to claim one I would have to say I lean more towards pentecostal.
I have a strong, solid foundation in the faith due to a Southern Baptist upbringing, but at this time I am a member of a Bible church. It does have many things in common with the Baptists, but it's not a total match. The most important identification for me is Bible believing Christian.
I was raised Baptist, but went into Pentecostal churches, no church has my name in their book as a member, I feel as a christian I am a member of the church I go to, as long as my name is in the Lamb's book of Life, I do not need my name in other books
Love peace free. Just be love be peace be free. It cost you no money. You will be walking and knowing GOD intimately through Jesus Christ who lived this way on earth. Welcome aboard and join in as of October 3, 2010. Ask GOD to reveal love peace free to you like he revealed it to me on A.D. November 2, 2009. Thank you. Go in peace.
I have no denomination, my church is non-denominal, with the pentecostal upper room experience.Pastor is considering credentials from Assembly of God, but our church will remain as is.I love my church. It is small, and they are my extended family.
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