"Christians belong in churches--the only places where we can thrive and grow spiritually. In Why Church Matters , Joshua Harris makes this case with wisdom, clarity, and graciousness."
--Charles W. Colson
Church isn't where we go. It's who we are.
We were never meant to live our faith in isolation. The church is the place God uses to grow us, encourage us, and use our gifts for His glory. In this honest, personal, and practical book, Joshua Harris shows you why it's time to say yes to church and how to find the right one for you--the place where you can fall in love with the family of God.
What you miss when you miss church
Ten questions to ask before you join
How to get more out of the best day of the week
What Readers are Saying:
"This book shows the place of great honor that church holds in Christ's heart and encourages us to value what He values. I've bought multiple copies to give away."
--Mike Neglia; Cork, Ireland
"Josh Harris does an excellent job of addressing our impulse to church hop."
--Garrett Watkins; Atlanta, Georgia
"When our family was in the midst of a transition, Why Church Matters helped us find the right local church. It will do the same for you."
--Andrew Hall; Ilderton, Ontario
Previously published as Stop Dating the Church
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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|Title of Religion eBook: Why Church Matters|
|Release Date: 08-16-2011|
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|Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group|
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