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How To Determine If Something Is A Salvation Issue

The question about whether something is a “salvation issue” gets thrown around occasionally among some circles. “Is using instrumental music in worship is a salvation issue?” “Is what you wear to worship a salvation issue?” “Is church attendance a salvation issue?” Used this way, the phrase “salvation issue” (never found in Scripture) is employed to […]

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Why Your Church Isn’t Growing Spiritually

A while ago, I wrote in my journal a list of reasons why it seems most churches aren’t growing spiritually. It seems, to me at least, that many churches and individual Christians have a ‘business as usual’ mindset and are not actively pursuing spiritual growth. Why is this? Why aren’t churches causing more members to […]

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This Is Why My Generation Is Leaving The Church

I was born between 1980 and 2004, which makes me a Millennial. There are 77.9 million of us. This makes us the largest generation in history (The Boomer Generation (1946-1964) is 75.9 million in number)[1]. Next time you’re at church, look around. Even though Millennials are the largest generation, they’re probably the smallest group represented […]

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4 Signs You’re Not Growing as a Christian

I once heard someone remark, “I feel stagnant in my faith.” Is this possible? Can a Christian ever be ‘stuck’ in his/her spiritual growth? No. There is no such thing as a “stagnant” Christian. If you’re not growing stronger, you’re growing weaker. Christians must “press on toward the goal” (Phil 3:14), otherwise they will “drift […]

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