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May I please have your permission to print this in our church news letter this month? We are encouraging our parents to worship with their children.
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Your article beautifully explains why it is so important, something that I sometimes struggle to articulate. Reblogged this on Talmidimblogging. I draw all the time in church. I draw all the time in class. Thankfully everyone is understanding of it and nobody gives me crap about it.
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They even sometimes am curious as to what got drawn especially if it relates to the sermon. Some lessons just engage you more than others. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
Why Are Men Bored with Church?
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Transformational Homes Transformational Homes: Because they are members of the body of Christ. Okay, you thought I was brutally honest above… check this out. Quietly explain parts of the service and actions of the ministers and whisper the sermon to them in words they can understand.
So, what does a person do when he or she is bored with worship or is losing interest in church? Our actions, words, and thoughts do not randomly occur, but instead they are birthed from our true beliefs, core values, and desires. If I have a problem with anger and work to erase this sin from my life, that is a good thing.
What Do I Do Now?
Rather, address the core issue as to why I am angry and what in my heart is causing my issues. Dealing only with the symptoms serves to delay the needed healing of my heart. I can begin to hide what I am truly feeling, thus living one set of values in public and another in private. Not only does Jesus warn about this in the Gospels Luke It builds over time and will usually take awhile to heal and get through.
What occurs when we are struggling with boredom is that our first desire has strayed from loving the Lord, drifting instead to personal longings.