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The Church Is Not Optional

By Don Loftis | 07.16.14

In promoting Thom and Joani Schultz’s book, Why Nobody Wants to Go to Church Anymore, the publisher made an odd statement. He said, “It’s sad but true: the American church is shrinking…fast.  God-loving people are leaving in droves, and everything that attracted them in the past simply doesn’t work anymore.” Certainly, statistics bear out the attendance decline that he mentions.  Yet, his statement is seriously flawed.  Would you find it odd to hear a news reporter to say, “local man of integrity arrested for embezzlement” or “noted American patriot burns flag”?  Such behaviors contradict the moral claims that were mentioned.  Those who truly love God could not abandon His church. In Ephesians 1 Paul highlights what God has done through Jesus Christ. “And He put all things in subjection under His feet, and gave Him as head [...]

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Letting The River Of God Flow

By Don Loftis | 07.09.14

As the baseball season begins its second half, many of the teams are looking to make trades that will add quality to their rosters.  Most fans are looking to spend millions of dollars and add hall of fame caliber stars to their favorite team.  However, most teams will make much smaller deals, attempting to improve in less dramatic ways. That mindset is reflective of our society.  We look for an enormous improvement within an immediate timetable.  The world would be different if we made that one big discovery, passed that one well-written law,  invested in the perfect company or preached that one all-inspiring sermon.  Lives and congregations are seldom changed by some great action, but are almost always molded by the multitude of smaller daily events. In the final chapter of the book of Revelation, [...]

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