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  1. I need to know, should a mason, a non-member, be part of the Worship service because he is friends with the Pastor and head Deacon who is the Pastor’s Brother? If what I read about Mason’s is true, putting a rope around their neck, blindfolded, paraded around naked with the threat of cutting their throat if they do not keep the secrets of the Lodge, saying Jesus is NOT the way to heaven and he was not raised from the dead, that God can be any God, why would this be allowed in any Church? I belong to a small eldrly Church where I was just told I cannot bring a hurting support group because we don’t want outsiders using our building. But, we welcome a mason to do as he pleases and everyone thinks he is just so great

  2. Thank you for your message sent to my email, am very greatful and I pray that God will be with you.

  3. cecilia Makwakwa April 5, 2018 at 12:49 am

    I am inspired by the questions and come to remember that our bodies are God’s temple, and this makes me a church regardless of what and where I am. These questions can be used anywhere at anytime as long as a person has a chance to minister to people. Keeping in mind that this world is not our home, and we are created uniquely for a purpose; each person has to realize God is in him and there is need to listen to His voice. If a person is not careful, he/she will be tempted to listen to the voice of the wrong ones (people or the way they feel). It is not the way we feel that makes us God’s children, but it is believing in Jesus Christ being our Lord and personal Saviour that makes us to be a true church. Each person must listen to the voice of God and check whether or not the life he/she is living is Godly. You are your own true person and God knows exactly the way you know yourself and even more. Most people live a life full of pretense, i.e. being righteous in the eyes of people just because they were recommended once or twice in their life time. All a person need is to be honest with God because whether we say it or not, God knows exactly who and what we are. We need Him now more than ever!

  4. I am a retired pastor participating in a seminar on Church growth, and your “5 questions to answer for potential Church members” will contribute to our planning sessions.

    May be we should revert back a few years and learn how preachers and our grandfathers grew their Churches.

    Times have changed, yes, and sometimes we can justify unsuccessful activities by blaming change. Christ is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

  5. Thank you so much, I will apply these principles in our church
    May you please send me the membership class manuals if possible so I can have samples

    Pastor Luvuyo Bhala South Africa