Church Experience

  • An Experience

    English 101 Lincoln’s Challenge Everyone has certain moments in their lives that have a lasting impression. Some people get a new job, meet fascinating new people, or get married. The experience that made an impression, even changed my life was going to Lincoln’s Challenge Academy. This academy was one of many big changes in my life. The benefits of this academy will help me through the difficult trials of life that I will face in the years to come. Lincoln’s Challenge was a place for “troubled”

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  • The Youth and the Church

    Youth & and the future of the Church The question of how to attract and keep our young people close to the Church is one of major concern in our troubled age. To remain indifferent to this problem can only be regarded as a grave sin and is an indication of soul-destroying self-love. The proposed solutions to this problem are many and varied, but unfortunately most succumb to the easy allure of gimmicks, i.e. the attempt to use methods popular in our fallen society, but sadly distant from the

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  • Examine How Luther’s Personal Experiences Affected His Ideas for Reform of the Church

    indulgences that he saw thriving there. He returned back to his monastery disillusioned with the Church. During this time, he was in deep spiritual torture and despair and he said: “I lost touch with Christ the Savior and Comforter, and made of him the jailor and hangman of my poor soul”. He began to see God as an angry judge whose only purpose was to condemn sinners. However, he then had his ‘tower experience’ in which he finally started to identify the real God who was not, he said, a vengeful judge

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  • Jeff Church

    Jeff Church Co-Founder, NIKA Water Prompt 2: Wealth Creation A common trait I’ve noticed and admired with business owners, of both large and small sized entities, is versatility. The ability to swiftly move from one industry to the next, without any formal education in the subject matter. I’ve seen this firsthand with business owners in my own family, and most recently with Lyndon Rive of SolarCity whom we met last week (jumped from Health care -> Computer Software -> Energy), and now Jeff

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  • The Trinity and the Church

    The Trinity and The Church Dirk Weber DeVry University The Trinity and The Church In Christianity no discussion of ecclesiology should begin without addressing the nature of the One who gives the church meaning and purpose. It is the Triune God that brings the church; unity of substance, differentiated in personhood that is understood in perichoretic co-activity. The universal church received God’s full self-revelation in the person and work of Jesus Christ, and God’s Holy Spirit communicates

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  • A Cheers Church

    A “Cheers” Church Denice Colson Cheers was a wildly successful sitcom set in a bar in Boston. The story line followed the lives of the staff and regular customers in the bar. The theme song was also very popular. “Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, and they’re always glad you came. You want to be where people see, our troubles are all the same. You want to go where everybody knows your name.” The writers created not only a catchy tune, but words that have actual meaning

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  • Or Experience

    Running head: OR EXPERIENCE Observational Experience in the Operating Room and Post Anesthesia Care Unit Bothayna Bader LaGuardia Community College Professor Rosenberg SCR 210 March 19th, 2013 Preoperative Phase The preoperative phase is the time period between the decision to have surgery and the beginning of the surgical procedure. For some patients, the preoperative period may last for months, during which testing and other procedures may be done. For an emergency, such as an appendectomy

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  • Experience at Catholic Church

    My First Experience At Catholic Church Introduction Christianity today is one of the dominant religions in the world with over 2 billion followers. It has an extensive variety of beliefs, forms and exercises, despite this extensiveness all have one common thing, which is faith in Jesus Christ (Hastings, 2000). I having been brought up in the Baptist beliefs and practices had not gotten a chance to attend a church outside my traditional church the Baptist. Lately I got an expected opportunity

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  • Hiv and the Church

    A purpose‐driven response: Building united action on HIV/AIDS for the church in Mozambique    Geoff Foster (Family AIDS Caring Trust, Mutare, Zimbabwe) and Carina Winberg,  Earnest Maswera,  Cynthia Mwase‐Kasanda (all from Tearfund, Mozambique)     This is a summary of a presentation made at the ARHAP Conference ‘When Religion and Health Align:  Mobilizing Religious Health Assets for Transformation’ 13 ‐ 16 July 2009 in Cape Town.   The full paper with the same title is forthcoming in 2010.     

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  • The Episcopal Church

    The Episcopal Church and My Reflections on Service Attendance History The earliest beginnings of what is now known as the Episcopal Church were rooted in the Church of England. St. Augustine of Canterbury in 597 C.E. established the formal beginnings of the church with papal authority. During the English Reformation of the 16th century, papal authority was thrown aside as the Church split and the separation of Protestantism and Catholic faith intensified when the crown of England assumed

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  • Church

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  • Church Manual

    SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Church Manual SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Church Manual ❖ REVISED 201 0 18 TH EDITION Published by the Secretariat General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Copyright © 2010 by the Secretariat, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Unless otherwise noted, Bible texts are from the New King James Version. Copyright © 1979, 1980, 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Texts credited to KJV are from the King James Version. Printed in U.S

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  • Anglican Church

    a worldwide phenomenon, its very name asserts its origins as an English tradition within Christianity. Thus, "Anglican" can be thought to indicate any Church body in communion with the see (bishopric--the place of a bishop's or archbishop's authority) of Canterbury. There eventually developed in Anglicanism, however, a self-understanding as a Church that blends Protestantism and Catholicism, but remains distinct from each. Founders Written by: Russell P. Dawn Anglicanism does not have a single

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  • The Experience

    The Experience Your arrival to the residence starts with you examining a house that is physically well-kept. A beige house with tan shutters, and landscaping throughout the yard that is reminiscent of a magazine cover. The sound of a bird’s chirping, and bumblebees buzzing in the summertime, makes you feel warm. You walk up to our home feeling a sense of welcoming. When you finally walk into our house, the experience begins. The captivating smell transports you into another dimension. My mother

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  • Catholic Church

    On November 1, 2008, I was able to visit the Pilgrims Rest Baptist church in Phoenix, AZ. through getting the church i started talking with some youth that were peresent for the program and seemed like the conference. One of the youth told me that,"This Friday evening was unlike any I have ever experience before. The building was two stories high and can be easily confused to be an office building, except for the cross that haned on the facade." After a while somebody very friendly came to us. he

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  • Church

    Liberty Theological Seminary A Brief Study on Worship in the Early Church: The Origin and Importance of Baptism and The Lord’s Supper A Paper Submitted to Dr. David Alexander In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Course CHHI 520 By Jonathan Ford- ID# 21712916 Submitted on 18 February 2013 Thesis Statement: Even though early believers in Christ kept their traditions of their Jewish forefathers they added the Christian components Baptism and the Lord’s Supper to their

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  • Uniting the Church

    you, as a new Christian, need certain things to grow spiritually. First, you need to be in fellowship with other Christians. It is through fellowship that you will learn more about God and about how to live as a Christian. You should plan to attend church regularly and join a kinship group so that you can develop close friendships with other believers. Vineyard has many kinship groups that meet on different days and in different locations throughout central Ohio. Choose one that is convenient for you

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  • Experience

    IIMA FDP Alumni Conference - Ethics & CSR 20-21 December 2013 It was a tremendous experience as well as a proud feeling to be a part of IIM-A FDP Alumni Conference, like “A sea meeting to a river” The fog was being cleared by many highly learned and extremely experience personalities during these two days with their innovative approach which I felt glad to be present with them. Especially the words spoken by Padmashree K. Ramkrishna Rao sir were very touching. The way he tried to explain the complex

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  • Church

    rapidly. The most instrumental man behind the creation of the church was Paul, a Jew by birth. He persecuted Christians at the beginning, but he converted to the faith after he had visions from the Christ himself. His letters are considered scriptures and included in the New Testament. Paul went on several journeys throughout the Roman Empire and built churches. The doctrines of the New Testament were further explored and worked upon by the ‘church forefathers’. The turning point in Christian history was

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  • Women and Church

    African decent in particular have been regarded as the backbone of the church. Many congregations of churches are predominantly women, while spiritual leaders of many churches are nearly all male. Brazilian women have experienced a system of oppression, racism, and sexism, yet have remained supportive of their male counterparts. The significant contribution Brazilian women have made to the development of the Brazilian church often goes unnoticed. Although Brazilian women were not able to achieve

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  • Catholic Church

    Roman Catholicism, Christian church that has been the decisive spiritual force in the history of Western civilization. Along with Eastern Orthodoxy and Protestantism, it is one of the three major branches of Christianity. The Roman Catholic Church traces its history to Jesus Christ and the Apostles. Over the course of centuries it developed a highly sophisticated theology and an elaborate organizational structure headed by the papacy, the oldest continuing absolute monarchy in the world. The

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  • Church Involvement

    18 March 2014 REED Church Involvement (Discovery, Insights, and Learning Experience) “Being involved is being enlightened”. There are so many to learn and discover when one takes time to be a part of the church, not only during mass on a Sunday, but also the programs and activities the church have that involves reaching-out to the society and spreading the good news of the lord, including support for those who are in need. I have been keen on initiating a part of my personal time to get involved

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  • Teachings to “the Church”

    Teachings to “The Church” Over many years The Church has been taught or teaching lies to other Christians and non-believers. Publishing and broadcast media are two mediators depicted in these lies of humans. Also, church leaders, public or private schools, and other social gatherings have showed false teaching in the Christian world. The past, present, and future outcome on the Body of Christ is powerful, meaning that what we do as Christians will make a huge impact on the world. Unfortunately

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  • Church

    I think that the church could show Christ better in two simple ways. The attitude and the action from Christians about the church and what they do in their lives outside of church. As Mr. Towns says,” people misunderstand Christianity because of the attitude of Christians toward their local church and the way local churches act. First, Christians need to start having a better attitude in and outside of church. We need to speak about the church more openly with people. We should be more outgoing

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  • Church

    What Is This Church All About What Is This Church All About? Is this church meant for people like me? Is this where God really wants me to be? They claim to be filled with God’s spirit. When it comes to HIS truth... Can they give it? I’m sure there’s many who come and attend It’s more than “church on Sunday,” that we must spend

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  • Christian Church

    I was raised a Catholic. As a Catholic we go to church on Sunday. Our church is a bit more conservative than Christian churches. We go there and sit in the pews waiting for the priest and the altar servers to make their entrance. It is usually quiet before church starts although one knows the atmosphere of the church. Not only does one smell the incense but one sees the all the stain glass windows littered with images of Jesus, the Virgin Mary, angles, and other biblical characters. One thing I’ve

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  • Experiences

    Valuing Life 10/3/2012 By: Lisa Graham-Jones Instructor: Professor Wright Or Life is precious and shaped by many different experiences along the way. What if you were unable to experience this thing we call life? If the hands could turn back time and your mother decided not to let you live, but instead destroy your life before being able to experience the world we know of today? Many bypass this thought process when considering abortion. Women instead think of themselves and their situation

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  • The Eastern Church vs. the Western Church

    The Eastern Church vs. the Western Church In the year 1054, due to political, cultural and religious reasons, the Great Schism divided Christianity into the Eastern Church (the Orthodox Church) and the Western Church (the Catholic Church). As a result of the Schism, differences increased between the two. The primary differences are the Papal claims of authority and the insertion of the filioque clause into the Nicene Creed (Ware, 1963). Since the two were one prior to the Schism, there are similarities;

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  • Church Fathers

    and Jerome had a great influence on the organization of the Roman Catholic Church. There is no doubt that this influence was because they were all Roman citizens. They understood that organization and clarity of the Christian faith was key to its growth and success. Augustine the most important of the three (Babcock, 140) was a great apologist who defended the reputation of the Church (Babcock, 140). He defended the Church from accusations that Christianity was the fault for the fall of the Roman

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  • Temporate Church

    “I think that we should see other people.” Hmm… it’s a common line in our worldly relationships, and not always the most pleasant to hear, but what implications would those words have on our relationship with the church, the so-called “bride of Christ.” Before answering that question, bounce a bit with me, back to my years of seminary; a time when I balanced (and paid for) the theological world of academia by working as personal trainer at the local YMCA. There were many perks that came from

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  • Nature of the Church

    LIBERTY UNIVERSITY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY A Critique of the Journal Article: The Nature of the Church By Walvoord, John F. Submitted to Professor Kevin Richard in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of the course THEO 510-B06 Survey of Theology by Mark W. Clark, L26613732 January 23, 2014 Contents Introduction 1 Brief Summary 1 Critical Interaction 2 Conclusion...................................................................

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  • Church and the State

    Title: The relationship between the Church and the State Group 7 2A11 I. Abstract The study of this research is to further explain the relevance of the two said unions and how their roles towards developing the welfare of the human person. This study will also explain the foundation and the sole purpose of the political community. The significance of the political community of today can somehow be depressing because some are doing not their jobs right thus creating some issues. This

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  • Church Experience

    tagging along with my good friend Ron to a Church he recently started going to. The name of the Church we went to is called Shiloh Baptist Church located in Hayward, just a few minutes away from my house. Ron let me know that Shiloh Baptist is a predominantly African-American Church. Before we got there I let Ron know that I preferred to sit in the back because I felt that It would be more comfortable. And also because I could get a better view of the Church members and Pastor. We ended up arriving

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  • Church

    biblical Church Discipline 1 Mark Dever Mark Dever is pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. A graduate of Cambridge Universit y, Cambridge, England, he is the author of Nine Marks of a Healthy Church and a recent book on Richard Sibbes. He is a contributing editor to The Founders Journal. Emily Sullivan Oakey was born, educated, and then taught in Albany, New York. As with many other women of the mid-nineteenth century, she spent a good bit of time writing

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  • Experience

    Experience Paper A visit to the Cloisters Museum The Creative Voice Experience. Practical contact. Observation of facts. We live in a “soft” world where the greater percentage of the arts are viewed through some type of electronic device with a screen and usually muddled with banners of advertisements or endorsements. We view static images on screens where texture and brush strokes could never be appreciated. We watch videos of classic Shakespearian plays devoid of the elements and senses

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  • Experience

    increase in population is okay as long as the people also take into consideration the welfare of the place they live in, for it is also them who will reap whatever their actions’ outcomes are Conclusion: Strengthen the Baguio city and Burnham Park experience with the future development plan for Burnham Park and continue to take strategic tourism growth for other tourist destination of Baguio city.

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  • Church Leadership

    Hannah Smith CHMN 201-[D06] 4/20/15 Church Leadership and Ministry Evaluation Paper For this paper, I did a self-evaluation. 1. Would you say that your congregation (or the people within your particular department or area of ministry) is “Living Out the Mind of Christ” (i.e. Unity, Humility, Selflessness) as they interact, serve, and minister to/with each other? How specifically do you as a ministry leader teach, cultivate, and maintain “The Mind of Christ” in your area of ministry?

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  • The Hybrid Church

    Hybrid Church Dave Browning’s Hybrid Church, claims that those churches that emphasize community, togetherness, fellowship, and belonging are considered to belong to intimacy. The churches focusing on outreach and mission are related to impact. According to Browning, the discourse of the church is exclusive of the other where a new church should engage in activities of learning new things and later behave in a manner that cooperate with others. The hybrid church provides a new aspect for making

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  • A Tenacious Church

    A TENACIOUS CHURCH II THESSALONIANS 1:3-4 SUBJECT COMING FROM VERSE FOUR Paul, Silvanus and Timotheus, in his letter to the Thessalonians, saw it fitting to give thanks to God always for the brethren, at the church of the Thessalonians, because of how their faith had grown and the charity and love they had shown toward each other in troublesome times. In Paul‘s first letter to the Thessalonians, he preached and taught about three weeks, almost every major doctrine of the Christian faith

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  • Church Bombing

    Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing The Civil Rights Movement contained hundreds of events that affected the lives of millions of blacks and whites. Many people know about the “March on Washington” or MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Some critical events during this time period were not so peaceful or uplifting though. Lots of events included deaths, explosions, bombs, or just plain sadness and tragedy. The events, causes, and results of the Sixteenth Street church bombing, which occurred

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  • Church

    in life I’m not sure what the black church means to me altogether. I partially understand what the purpose of the church is in terms of going and receiving ‘the word’, paying my tithes, and worshipping the lord. I just begin to question the entire concept of what I believe we go to church for as I wonder about the good people I know that don’t go to church. Does that make them any more susceptible to go to hell than the people who do go to church to go to heaven? I don’t believe that

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  • Church and Technology

    their own app. Posting their messages, Bible verses and keeping people up to date with things happening in the church. Churches are also recording their messages and posting them on YouTube, Facebook and on their own websites. I think technology is a great thing for churches. It allows them to reach people that may not know about the Lord or those not able to get to a brick and mortar church, through the use of YouTube, Facebook or the churches app or website. It helps reach a younger generation through

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  • Leadership on Church

    Leadership Style: A Concept for Church Leadership Submitted to Rev’d (Mrs.) Adebayo M.O In partial fulfillment of the requirement of the course RED Leadership Principle, Recruitment and Training [RED 287] By OLALERE, SOLOMON OLADELE Matric number 2014/1078 April, 2016. Agbowa, Lagos. TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION BIBLICAL PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP MOSES’ LEADERSHIP PERSPECTIVE JETHRO’S COUNSEL OF LEADERSHIP STYLE IMPLICATION OF MOSES-JETHRO LEADERSHIP STYLE ON CHURCH LEADERSHIP CONCLUSION BIBLOGRAPHY

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  • The Church

    The Church The Church is the whole body or congregation of persons who have been called by God the Father to acknowledge the lordship of Jesus the Son; the Church accomplishes this in word, sacrament and witness, and through the power of the Holy Spirit to collaborate with Jesus’ historic mission for the sake of the Kingdom of God. The Church is built on the doctrine of the Trinity (Trinitarian) and is not a building. The Church Today Though a strong case could be made for each of the five models

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  • Experience

    THINGS I LEARNED FROM THE OJT EXPERIENCE.. During my On the Job Training I learned a lot. I learned how to communicate and understand well what is customer service specially in food and beverage department. I have many chances of applying all I've learn in my alma matter, Bulacan State University. I became more responsible about regulations and follow every standard they have. I reminded my self that I'm not here to be lazy, but I'm here to prove my self I have an edge in this industry. I have

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  • Church Planting

    TROUBLEMAKERS IN THE CHURCH Introduction: Ever since the church was formed, it has been plagued by troublemakers. These people have desired to either see the church destroyed, or to see it shaped to their own will. This should not have been a surprise. After all, Jesus Himself predicted the rise of troublemakers in the church, Matt. 7:15, "Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves." Even in the early days of the fledgling church, the Apostle Paul

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  • The Maronite Church

    THE MARONITE CHURCH: UNITED AND UNIVERSAL An apostolate for this age - a strategic vision "Lebanon could be one of the world’s strongest countries if it better utilized the potential of its Diaspora." His Beatitude Nasrallah Butros Cardinal Sfeir(11/28/01) Introduction The Lebanese outside of Lebanon vastly outnumber those in Lebanon. This is especially true of the Christians, and the Maronites in particular. Those Maronites are numerous and influential on an individual

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  • Church

    “Church Goers” Being raised in the South, I, along with almost everyone else in my community was brought up to go to church every Sunday. The church that my family and I attended wasn’t a really big church but we had a pretty big congregation. During Sunday morning church services I remember how after shaking the preacher’s hand I would proceed down the aisle and see all the different types of church goers getting settled into the different rows of pews. At the time I didn’t really think much about

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  • Church on the Edge

    DavisProfessorEvaluation of My Church Experience | Jacqueline D. Rooths 2/23/2012 Jacqueline D. Rooths 2/23/2012 I have attended five churches in my life. Born and baptized in the old Israel Baptist Church. During the height of the Civil Rights movement, my family transferred membership to the Church of the Redeemer Presbyterian church in Washington DC; we relocated

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  • Going to Church

    Going to Church I had a life changing experience when I started going to church, and taking discipleship class. I developed a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, I learned to build Christlike character, and achieve spiritual victory. In my family going to church was something we did faithfully. I can remember as a little girl every Saturday and, Sunday we would have Morning Prayer at Grandmother’s house. I like going to church, but I didn’t like going every Sunday. When I was a teenager

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