VFNRadio Second Hour July 19,2013

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Rethinking Church- Not Us and Them, Just US

LISTEN NOW! Greg, John, and Pat share in this Rethinking Church moment the significance and importance of not having an us and them mentality as believers regarding the church.   It’s not only okay but wise to think about why we do what we do.   It’s not us and them, it’s just us.  The church is not a building; the church is the people of God.  The church is one body although we have many different parts we are one.  However, it’s important to know that speaking against what’s wrong in the body is not speaking against the body.  If you are for Jesus you cannot speak against the church because you will be speaking out against his body.  When thinking about the church it’s always important to think of the church in terms of people, believers, and people who have accepted Jesus as their Lord and savior.  VFNRadio is here to encourage the body of Christ.  When the church gets along it’s functioning as it was designed to do as we aim to give honor to each part as it does its work.


What’s the Most Important Interaction of Your Day? 
John, Pat and Chris share about what is the most important interaction of your day?  They continue to share how Jesus is the perfect example for us to follow in all things but in particular his prayer life.  Mark 1:35 we find out that Jesus went out very early to pray in a solitary place.  Our day is filled with countless meetings, interactions, and conversations but our most important interaction we have all day should be with God when we connect with him through prayer.  It is during that time of prayer that God will often help us to discern the good thing from the God things in our lives.  It’s also during our time of prayer that God imparts to us hope, love, and joy.  We were made to fellowship with God and to encounter Him in such a way that changes our lives forever.
 
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