The lone surviving reel of audio with Lewis’s voice on it. He deals with prayer and evolution (Evolution on the second installment). Recorded during WW ll these talks eventually became “Mere Christianity”.
I don’t know Grant but what I hear is truth that convicts me and challenges me in what I need to/want to seek for the church and my life.
“Who hath despised the day of small things?” Little community churches like this are the heartbeat of God. Although this little white country church only has services once per week the foundation upon which a small church like this is built is everlasting. Sun beams shine down as a blessing upon this little bethel, on a snowy winter afternoon.
Courtesy: Forest Wander
J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold-Case Christianity, was interviewed by Bobby Conway (The One Minute Apologist) and discussed the reason so many young Christians take a break from the Church in their college years. What are the factors involved in the flight of young believers? (For more information related to Bobby’s great ministry, visit: http://oneminuteapologist.com/) Read more of this post
Point well taken. Point well made!
Don’t just look at the title of this video…
The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
The Host of Angels
The Great Cloud if Witnesses
( Saints who have gone on and are cheering us on to finish well )
The Church Universal
The Local Fellowship of Churches
The Local Church
The Larger Fellowship who will serve me and whom I will serve and impact directly
The Intimate Fellowship of 4 (the core group for encouragement and support)
The Word of God ( Sources all of the above )
At Christmas time men and women everywhere gather in their churches to wonder anew at the greatest miracle the world has ever known. But the story I like best to recall was not a miracle — not exactly.
It happened to a pastor who was very young. His church was very old. Once, long ago, it had flourished. Famous men had preached from its pulpit, prayed before its altar. Rich and poor alike had worshipped there and built it beautifully. Now the good days had passed from the section of town where it stood. But the pastor and his young wife believed in their run-down church. They felt that with paint, hammer, and faith they could get it in shape. Together they went to work.
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A simple description of the church.