churches in bartlesville--any good

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native american

Bartlesville, OK

#1 Jun 15, 2012
we are looking for a good church here in bartlesville, I was raised Pentecostal holliness and my husband Baptist. we are looking for a church we can both enjoy and attend regularly. We are new to the area, and do not know much about the churches here. I am aware of the main denominations and what they believe, but we are looking for I guess a form of Christian church maybe.. would anyone like to help us out?
Melting pot mix American

Ashburn, VA

#2 Jun 15, 2012
I like small churches. Personally there are some churches in the small towns around Bartlesville that might interest you. Some of my family who live in Bartlesville go to a small adventist church in Nowata and they like it very much.
native american

Bartlesville, OK

#3 Jun 16, 2012
thank you we are going to have to check those out..
Seventh Day Adventists

Tulsa, OK

#4 Jun 27, 2012
What Seventh Day Adventists won't tell you:
http://www.macgregorministries.org/seventh_da...
I'd look into the doctrine to see what they're core beliefs are. They are considered to be a cult.
Melting pot mix American

Ashburn, VA

#5 Jun 27, 2012
Seventh Day Adventists wrote:
What Seventh Day Adventists won't tell you:
http://www.macgregorministries.org/seventh_da...
I'd look into the doctrine to see what they're core beliefs are. They are considered to be a cult.
I have never seen their views that way. But I agree with you in that we all should investigate before we join. I just prefer my own investigations rather than some one else doing it for me. The net is a good place to start. You just have to be careful who you believe. My understanding is that most adventist churches follow the Bible.
Annjanette

Tulsa, OK

#6 Jul 9, 2012
When considering a certain church to join, the best policy is to check out their statement of faith, and their constitutionl by laws, and then set up an informal meeting with the pastor and his wife over tea, lunch or dinner and have a chat while getting a feel of what it would be like to join that church.
old American

Ashburn, VA

#7 Jul 9, 2012
Annjanette wrote:
When considering a certain church to join, the best policy is to check out their statement of faith, and their constitutionl by laws, and then set up an informal meeting with the pastor and his wife over tea, lunch or dinner and have a chat while getting a feel of what it would be like to join that church.
Good idea. Plus ask if there is a book published by their church which states their beliefs. I well remember my new Mother-in-law back in the '50s telling me what my church at that time believed. She was way off base and when I protested that was not the beliefs of my church she told me that it was 'cecause a certain TV preacher said it was'. Ever since I have had trouble believing what I hear about churches. Your idea is very good.
Fedup

Bartlesville, OK

#8 Jul 12, 2012
Your house has a closet in it, I would say use it for prayer and skip the the turned up noses in the church. I don't think they let God in some of them...
Annjanette

Owasso, OK

#9 Jul 12, 2012
I agree Fedup. But it is still a shame that people are put off by the actions of hypocrites and pretenders in the household of God because it was never intended to be that way. I don't have the answers. I wish I did. It takes a lot of strength to live for God in these evil days with so many playing church games on the inside, and others just plain living for the world and hating God and his people on the outside. One doesn't know where to turn...except maybe to that prayer closet, like you said. I have to believe if a person does that,and sticks close to what the word of God says, the Holy Spirit will lead, guide and direct them.

“Kitty”

Since: Apr 09

kansas city

#10 Feb 5, 2013
Collide is awesome. Its off 3rd and dewey in Bartlesville
Raphael

Tulsa, OK

#11 Feb 9, 2013
Seek God in prayer and in His holy Word the bible. Jesus never told us to go and build a bunch of churches. Put your alms,(giving), into helping the needy, worthy poor of your communities, and going out amongst the people where you live teaching, preaching and living for Jesus, not subsidizing church buildings and preachers salaries, burdening yourselves down with church "busy work".

Think, learn and pray for yourselves, gathering together in homes and in your own families, which is befitting Jesus. That is the way to be a Christian.

Street preaching, like they did in the beginning...
Brandon

Hinesville, GA

#12 Jul 20, 2013
I want a challenging church. Kind of tired of hearing the same thing regurgitated any time I come in. Ready to get past the baby steps and into the heavy learning.
Lots of Luck With That

Colorado Springs, CO

#13 Jul 24, 2013
Brandon wrote:
I want a challenging church. Kind of tired of hearing the same thing regurgitated any time I come in. Ready to get past the baby steps and into the heavy learning.
First of all Brandon, I would recommend doing a personal in-depth study of the Doctrines and Deeds of the Nicolaitans for yourself online...that is the thing that JESUS said He HATED in the Revelation. You will NEVER HEAR THIS TAUGHT IN A CHURCH. Why? Because it exposes them as Nicolaitans, and they aren't going to tell on themselves. Your own desire to please Jesus fully in obedience and love with the help of your Holy
Bible and the Holy Spirit will teach you, and that truth will set you free, not a man made organization and paid "preacher" or "pastor". http://www.wickedshepherds.com/ChapterI.html Fact. Jesus bless you in your journey.
Anonymous

United States

#14 Dec 26, 2013
Cornerstone in Barnsdall..they welcome anyone!!!! HaHa!!!!

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