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Mutual aid fellowship

Many people’s experience with church is spending an hour on Sunday morning or Saturday night worshiping God in music and listening to someone teach from the word of God. Contact with others is limited and entirely up to you to … Continue reading

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Don’t get out much?

Wow, I was a little lost this morning inside my head — just a little fatigue from the season, being way behind on Christmas, and wondering if I had what it takes for this day. Well, of course I have … Continue reading

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Church, 2017

Think about the amount of trust in the Holy Spirit there had to be in the formation of the early church. Especially after the persecution scattered believers all over the region. Groups of believers were springing up everywhere. All of … Continue reading

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A quiet kind of revolution

It was for freedom that Christ set us free; therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject again to a yoke of slavery. (Galatians 5:1) Earlier I shared, in this Catch, how almost daily I go help Marti’s fellow … Continue reading

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A different kind of church

The Catch is a place where believing is not necessary for belonging. We have people at various stages of belief and unbelief. If you are on the journey, you may walk with us. Belief is not the absence of doubt, … Continue reading

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More church than church

We had church last Sunday night on Facebook Live, and I would give it high marks. It began with a Call to Worship (“Love Him in the Morning”), and then some of what we call Body Life, then a teaching … Continue reading

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The Church of the Open Door

Church is home for bad people. Jesus didn’t come for good people; He made that very clear. And yet, why does this always seem like such a radical concept? Like, once we are in church, we are all supposed to … Continue reading

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What does a fog machine have to do with church?

I heard a telling statistic last night on our BlogTalkRadio show — a fascinating discussion, by the way, about the value of connecting with the writings and the liturgy of the first century Christians who are our brothers and sisters. … Continue reading

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