“What is Church?”
And how do you define it? Is it a building you attend on specific days of the week? Is it more of a diverse, like-hearted community? Or is it a mixture of both? You’ve probably heard the phrase, “Church isn’t a building; We are the Church.” But if you’ve experienced church hurt or have never attended a single church service in your life, it may be hard to convey what it truly is.
Once you’ve defined what Church is (or isn’t) for yourself, this opens the door for even more conversation to flourish, such as defining what a healthy Church body looks like and Spiritual leadership. If you feel like you have more questions than answers, this series is for you!
This week, we are starting our 3-part series of “Green Flags,” where we explore what makes a healthy church, creating a healthy community, and what to look for when in a healthy Spiritual leader. As we share our personal ideas of what makes a Church in part one, we also explore the difference between Church as a noun vs. Church as a verb.
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Enjoy history, folklore, and campfire stories? Check out Cody’s podcast, Itinerant: Biblical History Beyond the Bible: http://itinerantpodcast.com
“Music to turn every day into an adventure!” What if there was a soundtrack to your Spiritual Journey? If you love instrumental music for studying, meditation, or for your next adventure, check out Cody’s music, Braille Atlas: https://links.brailleatlas.com
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Love all things Fashion History and Style Psychology? Follow Elaine as she takes a deeper look at the history of fashion design and uncovers why we wear what we wear at The Fashion Psych: https://drum.io/elainejohnston
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