What's Happening in West Tennessee Churches

Jan 15, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Jacksonsun.com

King Solomon M.B. Church, Jackson,will hold its Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration at 8:45 a.m. Sunday.

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watervalley

Bloomington, IN

#1 Jan 20, 2011
everyone sleeps with ever one and talks about everyone u dont have to go to church to know god he didnt preach in a church an he helped people who were poor all the chuches dont but the preacher gets paid big money drive nice cars eat good out an talk about everyone while there eating and dont even ask them to help u cause they want but they want there dues on sunday makes u wonder doesnt it
Faith

Clifty, KY

#2 Jan 20, 2011
The God I serve starts with a capital "G"!
stays there

United States

#3 Jan 20, 2011
I would hope so.
rita

Newbern, TN

#4 Jan 20, 2011
Faith wrote:
The God I serve starts with a capital "G"!
this is all you could come up with!
Faith II

Union City, TN

#5 Jan 21, 2011
rita wrote:
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this is all you could come up with!
I think Faith is brilliant. People can serve all the little gods they want, but if you want to serve the real thing you serve the one with the capital G.
guest

Chicago, IL

#6 Jan 21, 2011
watervalley wrote:
everyone sleeps with ever one and talks about everyone u dont have to go to church to know god he didnt preach in a church an he helped people who were poor all the chuches dont but the preacher gets paid big money drive nice cars eat good out an talk about everyone while there eating and dont even ask them to help u cause they want but they want there dues on sunday makes u wonder doesnt it
Sounds like you went to a church looking for a hand out and didn't get it.
wow

Jackson, TN

#7 Jan 24, 2011
my pEEPEE
is simply AMAZING.....ASK YOUR FRIENDS
stupid atheists

Union City, TN

#8 Jan 24, 2011
Always some atheist starting a post like this on here.You guys really not to GET a life and let christians LIVE theirs.God bless.
wondering

Savannah, TN

#9 Jan 25, 2011
Did you know that churches are "hospitals for sinners". Jesus said "all have sinned". In all churches you will find sinners, but the difference in those sinners and some others is that they are forgiven. Jesus wants "all sinners" to be forgiven. "Seek, ye first the kingdonm of God, and all else shall be given."
smart remark

United States

#10 Jan 25, 2011
stupid atheists wrote:
Always some atheist starting a post like this on here.You guys really not to GET a life and let christians LIVE theirs.God bless.
You've got it all wrong. Study world history a little and then come back and try to name a person or group that has tried to influence others lives as much as Christians have. Let me sum up the Christian mentality for you,(If you don't believe what we believe, then we will come to where you are and make you believe, and if that doesn't work, we will kill you).Christians are all about the Golden rule until it involves being tolerant of others.
christian

Newbern, TN

#11 Jan 25, 2011
Faith II wrote:
<quoted text>I think Faith is brilliant. People can serve all the little gods they want, but if you want to serve the real thing you serve the one with the capital G.
i think what that person was trying to say is quit being so picky. quit worrying about stuff like that, thats why so many people tell me they quit coming to churches. the double standard they have. try putting up a bible verse instead to help others.
also wondering

Newbern, TN

#12 Jan 25, 2011
I've got a serious question. I quit going to church 10 years ago for my own personal reasons. I'm still saved, more faith in God than ever, & I try to lead people to God & Jesus Christ. So my question is, do you who go to church regularly consider me a fellow christian?
bush man

Milan, TN

#13 Jan 25, 2011
also wondering wrote:
I've got a serious question. I quit going to church 10 years ago for my own personal reasons. I'm still saved, more faith in God than ever, & I try to lead people to God & Jesus Christ. So my question is, do you who go to church regularly consider me a fellow christian?
absolutely.
also wondering

Newbern, TN

#14 Jan 25, 2011
bush man wrote:
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absolutely.
thank you!
bush man

Milan, TN

#15 Jan 25, 2011
bush man wrote:
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absolutely.
if u are interested in coming back to church, i would like to
invite u to CROSSWIND. we are in the process of getting a new
pastor, but we continue the word of GOD, regardless.
guest

Union City, TN

#16 Jan 26, 2011
christian wrote:
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i think what that person was trying to say is quit being so picky. quit worrying about stuff like that, thats why so many people tell me they quit coming to churches. the double standard they have. try putting up a bible verse instead to help others.
Your exactly right.
Still Looking

Jackson, TN

#17 Jan 30, 2011
I've been looking for a Spirit filled church for months. So far, I havent found one. I've "bounced around" from church to church but none seem to really be looking for God's will. They "play" church on sunday but on monday they do whatever they want to. This is one of the reasons why the world won't turn to Christ! They hear the so-called christians profess God on sunday, but on monday they arent living any better than lost people. This is why we are called hypocrites. I'm going to try the Assembly of God in Union City today. I heard they are different. God Bless!
Betty Gail

Memphis, TN

#18 Feb 2, 2011
Churches are still teaching hatred and intolerance for others, just like they always have and always will. It's the nature of the beast. Oh, but it's a money making business!
Question

Lexington, TN

#19 Feb 3, 2011
stupid atheists wrote:
Always some atheist starting a post like this on here.You guys really not to GET a life and let christians LIVE theirs.God bless.
You live your life holding up a dead Jewish rabbi as an invisible super god-man who will save the world someday and the atheists are dumb? Right..........
JKC

Martin, TN

#20 Feb 3, 2011
also wondering wrote:
I've got a serious question. I quit going to church 10 years ago for my own personal reasons. I'm still saved, more faith in God than ever, & I try to lead people to God & Jesus Christ. So my question is, do you who go to church regularly consider me a fellow christian?
YES...you're saved by grace not of works, lest you boast. I don't know your reasons for not wanting to be in church, but my reasons for being there is 1) it helps me keep my focus on Him. 2) I learn from the message preached 3) I love the fellowship with other Christians.
No, Christians are far from perfect and true christians will be the first to admit it. We sin, but not without consquence. Personally, I want to please God. I love people and want to encourage and help. I do have friends who are not Christian, and while I don't harp on them, they know where I stand and often I'm the one they turn to when they have questions or need reassurance.

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