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By Church politics I mean the way church leaders relate to one another and to others in exercising authority and determining the way things will be done in church life. The term “church politics” often has a negative connotation – however I am using the term in a broader sense. The policies and ways
Church politics kill more people than guns! Think about it…
We’ll talk about the Church and politics. As a very young, naïve pastor many, many years ago there was a moral issue that became political, people were talking about it a lot. And so I remember teaching on this thinking it’s just right out of the Bible. I should say what God says on this.
Church politics is when spiritual men and women get involved with carnal Christians! OVER
Charles Page [06/19/2015 8:40 PM]
when God’s children become carnal then they are political rather than spiritual church people did.” In the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide, many people inside and outside the country have struggled to comprehend the involvement of. R-wanda’s … Christians could kill without obvious qualms of conscience, even in the …. them), churches should be regarded as political institutions in their own right.
Church politics kill more people than guns | Pentecostal Theology [06/22/2015 4:53 PM]
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Wesly Raju [06/23/2015 6:14 AM]
My Dear Beloved Rev Billy Graham Grandson, Man of God & Family in Christ Greetings to you in the Sweet Holy name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, the Soon Coming King, Amen.
Thanking you very much for your encouranging and guidence for your words in my life and ministry, You providing our co-pastors, Church Construction, and Poor children Education support help, Please kindly pray for us above this matter.
. It gives me immense pleasure to write to you. I hope that you are doing fine..I am writing this letter with out most pain in my heart and with tears.
There are 50 pastors under our supervision. For you are being one of the pillar of this ministry I am sharing this to you concerning out pastors. I am preparing and praying the Lord to give me spiritual strength and wisdom to lead the churches in this context. I need your co-operation and support in the Lord. Therefore I request you to kindly pray for all the 50 co-pastors, and congregations We are planning to conduct Crusades in Andhra Pradesh, India, in month of July 2015 through you. OR any Kindly give some dates according to your schedule. It is our honor and blessing to conduct Crusades, Pastors Conference, through you to enlighten and empower our pastors as well as the perishing souls. I need your Leadership, Fellowship with you. Convey our heartiful thanks to you and your Church, family members team members also., and My family members send this prayerful greetings to you all.
Our E-Mail: [email protected]
I close this letter with our heartily love to and you prayers.
Yours in His ministry,
David VatersMusic [07/02/2015 12:42 AM]
Wake up! Please! Church politics refers to the decision making process in the church, to the leaders involved and the role they play in this process. Despite the fact its bad reputation, there’s nothing wrong about this process in itself. Especially in bigger churches, you need ways and processes like this. You need more
Alan N Carla Smith Hello! Breaking Up With Your Church Over Politics: The contentious election is a ripe topic for sermons but is sending some churchgoers to the doors.
Bill Wright I’m with ya… A Democratic senator taking part in talks on the GOP tax package says a provision allowing churches to endorse political candidates and still keep their tax-free status won’t be in the final bill.
Coble Webb Ain’t this the truth? Christianity today often forget that the word translated as “church” in the New Testament, ekklesia, meanspolitical assembly. Like the assembly of Israelite authorities from the time of Moses before it, “church” is Scripture’s name for a gathering, political community, with its own law and authority figures. Not surprising