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Churchmanship

Ees no good, does branches!

Posted by Tiara Ilich on

In Acts 2 after the Pentecost, the church experienced health and spiritual growth. Like a tree, the early Christians were grafted together through learning, praying, fellow shipping, breaking bread and worshiping God.

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Tags: christian life, church, grafting, kamloops

Evil needs a few Good Men to Stand

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

Evil can not prevail in the absence of good men. Where evil is triumphant you can be assured that there are a few good men supporting its progress.

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Tags: triumph, triumphant evil, loyalty, faithfulness, do i have to go to church, kamloops churches, evil, good men, godly

Celebrating 400 Years of Baptists

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

In 1609 a few religious dissenters, being led of the Holy Spirit, rejected infant baptism and sought religious freedom. They were called, Baptists.

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Tags: baptist, scripture, kamloops

Church History: Church Planting and attending the Worship Service... even if it is held in a horse fair!

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

A Church that was planted in the mid-seventeenth century in a horse fair still meets to this day because of their discipline regarding the weekly worship service.

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Tags: church planting, church covenant, worship service, church history, tithing

Friendship: Tolkien on Going to Church on Sunday

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

“It is true that if these hobbits understood the danger, they would not dare to go. But... I think, Elrond, that in this matter it would be well to trust rather to their friendship than to great wisdom.” -Gandalf in dialogue with Elrond at Rivendell, The Fellowship of the...

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Tags: worship, kamloops, jesus, god, worship, gathering, why go to church, friendship

Exegetical Notes: Matthew 5:21-26

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

Matthew 5:21-26: A Fresh Translation and personal Exegetical Notes.

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Tags: exegetical notes, exegesis, greek, matthew 5, anger, reconciliation