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  1. This is very powerful. Have advised our fellow members to adopt this king of approach. Be Blessed Pst. Rick

  2. Good points. I especially like the distinction made between acceptance and approval, which can be overlooked in an effort to take a stand, but our stand has to include loving people.

    It’s also important to show appreciation – not only to the “superstar musician” but to the person making the coffee. Everyone wants to feel appreciated and like they are contributing something – and we can show them they are by a warm smile and a sincere “thank you.”

    A loving church has its focus on encouraging people, disciplining them, and offering a helping hand. Then the church will naturally grow and attract new people.

  3. Pastor Kelvin Igie May 13, 2014 at 2:37 am

    I am Pastor Kelvin Igie from Nigeria. A
    m highly inspired and blessed with the message of Pastor Rick on “How to Have a More Loving Church, and Why It’s So Vital”. Thank you and remain blessed in the Lord God in Jesus name.

  4. Rev. David C.Chumo April 27, 2014 at 10:20 pm

    I am Rev. Chumo from Kericho Kenya. I have benefited a lot from Pastor Rick’s inspiring messages. This one on becoming a loving church has really blessed my heart. I am glad that I subscribed to be getting such good teachings from a renowned Pastor of the twenty first century. Thanks and may God bless you Pastor Rick.