This new church is scriptural and I feel right about going there but the other church and the unresolved me. What would you do if you were me or my husband? It was never about our church as the only church. I am being over-worked.
This idea is another aspect to Matthew 7: We choose what side we are on. I wonder if the persecuted church deals with these same issues.
John on January 19, 2018 at 8: This sounds like a ungodily — controlling relationship. We are so grateful for this new opportunity that is so close to us — whose mission and structure are nicely aligned with who we are as a family — and in keeping with the doctrinal foundations of our faith — that now we must say goodbye to our current church assembly. Preventing a Breach February 24, 2019.
When I asked about it, I was told that as long as greater good came from the off color stuff, that it was ok. I still enjoy him preaching the word. My pastor has a tendency to just sort of put things on automatic pilot and let the chips fall where they may. I will pray that you leave them behind and if it means friends will disfallowship you, then they were not friends from the start.
Sometimes members of the family bite and devour eachother, including their pastors. Email Address. But this leaving thing is definitely not going to be as simple as sneaking away. Five years from now, what will I wish I had done? We both serve wherever we can, and try to serve the Lord to the best of our ability.
You show some great wisdom in your comment. Dove on November 6, 2018 at 2: Katherine on September 24, 2017 at 12: I had that thought that I think every ministry leader has had at some point.
They are the synagogue of satan! From there, I came to this meeting with my pastor which the approach of seeking counsel, rather than creating division.
Think and pray robustly about this decision.