May 26, 2012 Leave a comment
Church membership is not optional for Christians but too many are not committed to the church they attend. They don’t consider church to be relevant to their daily lives. It is just something that they do out of habit or guilt or to please someone else. This must be remedied.
In this book Harris discusses why this has become an increasing problem in the church. He explains how Jesus sees the Church, the necessity of the church, ways to choose a good church, and how we need to prepare and participate for the worship services we attend. It is a small book that is easy to read and follow. He gives real world examples that help to illustrate his points. He leads the reader to a point that will require them to make a decision in their personal lives.
I can highly recommend this book to anyone. I might even go so far as to suggest that it be required reading (in some form) to the youth attending churches today and parents might want to get their kids to read it.
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