How To Find A Good Church
By Dr. Dale A. Robbins
It goes without saying that every believer should have a church home where they attend regularly. If you are not a part of such a fellowship, the following advice will be invaluable to your search.
1. Look for a church prayerfully.
As is the case with all others aspects of a Christianís decisions, you should begin your search for a church by seeking the Lordís direction. The Bible promises, "In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths" (Prov. 3:6).
2. Search for prospects.
You might look for listings in the newspaper or in the yellow pages. Always seek the congregation which is evangelical and Bible-based. A referral from a trusted Christian friend is the most frequent way people are introduced to a church. A visit or two is helpful, but there is no way to fully evaluate a church without attending most services for a month or so.
3. Keep in mind that youíre looking for a fellowship of believers.
A church is not a building, nor is it merely a ministry, it is the body of Christ. So seek people who love the Lord and who love each other -- people that will love you and people to whom you can give your love...
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