Do Not Let Fellowship Be The Only Time You Recharge | Church Post

Going to church services, I've heard the paraphrase, "We work until Sunday or Wednesday and then we recharge here." This statement is one of the reasons why I have posts "against church." For clarity, what this means, as I realize every single time I have a post about this I have to reinstate. I am … Continue reading Do Not Let Fellowship Be The Only Time You Recharge | Church Post

Forsaking The Assembly OUTSIDE Of Church

Clears throat, ahem. I AM NOT AGAINST GOING TO CHURCH! I DO NOT HAVE A PROBLEM WITH CHURCH ITSELF! Post | Why I Have Posts Warning Against Church *sips water It doesn't matter how many times I say this, there often is a defense in the comments why going to church is good. It is! … Continue reading Forsaking The Assembly OUTSIDE Of Church

Pride Of Finger-Pointing At Church

Finger-pointing at church is hypocrisy at its best and it consumes everyone involved. As I write a more in-depth post on church for tomorrow, I couldn't help but share this piece that didn't fit the post.  We often use a church building, a singular place of gathering, as a crutch. We sometimes isolate ourselves from … Continue reading Pride Of Finger-Pointing At Church

Wanting Someone To Go To Hell (Or Pointing Fingers At Hypocrites) May Put YOU In Hell

T. R.'s Note To Reader- Please understand, we really need to look at our OWN lives with this post. Not others. That's kinda the whole point. However, I do have a note about healthy boundaries at the bottom.  They did awful things and hurt others. They deserve to go to Hell! I can't wait!  Or … Continue reading Wanting Someone To Go To Hell (Or Pointing Fingers At Hypocrites) May Put YOU In Hell

Are We Fellowshipping Outside Of The Church Doors?

Fellowshipping with fellow brothers and sisters in Christ is something we cannot take for granted. It is something we should not only be comfortable doing in church or at church events. It is something we must develop outside of the church doors as well. For those who have been around my blog for a while, … Continue reading Are We Fellowshipping Outside Of The Church Doors?

Is Worship With Others An Idol?

I think it is beautiful when we can come together in His name as a body. When we worship with many people, and especially when we feel the Spirit among us. But something that is meant to be encouraging and special can easily become an idol. It can become deceiving. Hear me out. It is … Continue reading Is Worship With Others An Idol?

Are You Praying For The Body Of Christ

It was not until last year that I really started to focus more on the body of Christ, the Church, the true Bride. His elect. I did receive the word "community" and I started reaching out to the blogging community alongside working on praying for specific church bodies that I knew, and their shepherds. But … Continue reading Are You Praying For The Body Of Christ

Christians, Stop The Band-Aid Answers

Let's be blunt and honest.  God's timing is not our timing, and I don't like it when people tell me to pray and God will basically give me what I want because it is not about what I want. It's about His will and how He plans to guide me. How He wants me to … Continue reading Christians, Stop The Band-Aid Answers

When Faith Is Fractured | Interview With Fractured Faith

I came up with the idea to interview other Christian bloggers after my first author interview I did with Allyson. Post | Author Interview | Allyson Kennedy  I think as Christians we need to grow together. We need honesty. We need to be willing to go beneath the surface of blessings. We need testimonies and see … Continue reading When Faith Is Fractured | Interview With Fractured Faith

Women Oppression | Can We Talk Without Casting Stones

I hope Christian bloggers hear me. Focus on Him first, before we point the finger to others because we easily can get caught in our guilt.  I come from a community of Christian bloggers, and I have seen this topic talked about. The last time I tried to talk about my perspective (as a comment) … Continue reading Women Oppression | Can We Talk Without Casting Stones