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My family is. We are there every time the doors are open. My husband is the Assoc. Pastor, so even though we want to be there, we also feel like we should be there.
But I have a lot of friends whom I believe are Christians, and they are just Sunday mornging people. I don't judge them. It's up to them how much they attend church. Well, really, it's between them and God.
But I was just wondering how you all felt about attending services on a regular basis.
Oh yes, I totally kwym! I don't get sick hardly ever, but I've had to stay home with my kids on occasion. The whole time I'm home, I'm thinking about church and wondering if they had a good service, if anyone got saved, if they had any visitors. I can't wait til DH gets home so I can hear all about the service. And if something really good happened, I feel so left out cause I wasn't there.
we go to SUnday service with out fail, and Wednesday Bible study and a SUnday nite kinship group. It seems though these last few Wed. something keeps coming up where we cannot go.....that is going to stop...lol
We are, and always have been. Growing up, we went to church twice a day unless we were throwing up!! If I don't go to church, I don't get spiritually refreshed and so much is missing out in my week. Last Sunday, we couldn't find a drive to church (people were on vacation and such) and it felt so bad not to go to church. This week has been a stressful one. Can't wait til Sunday! LOL
In the fall I will be teaching a ladies class with a friend of mine, and also I think that I have been asked to be the JR. choir director, so that will be interesting! And fun!
I think it is important to know that just because you attend church doesn't mean that you are safe and will get into heaven...but it is important for your spiritual life and growth and strength in your Christian walk.
My family also has commitments to teach at church and I'm so thankful for that! It keeps us there all the time. I really enjoy being there now and want my daughter there every chance we get. The only service we don't go to is Sunday Evening because there is no nursery for my daugher---she's to rowdy to keep in the service. On Wednesday nights she goes into the preschool class even though she's only 2. It's small and she really likes the activities.
Yes we are very faithful to be at church. Wednesday night is a little harder because there is no child care. During the winter my 7 year old will sit in the nursery with my 2 year old. I feel like I have missed something if I have missed church. When I had both my back surgeries last year I missed a lot. The first time in the Spring of 05 I missed 7 weeks of church. At Christmas I had my second back surgery. I was out for 3 1/2 months. That was a hard time. I needed the teaching. I did the best I could finding it on TV or radio.
I don't like to miss Sundays. Our church is starting a Wednesday morning tot and mom group I am really excited about, I may start singing on the worship team, I work in the tot room sometimes. I would also like to start the women's bible study in September but also our church is starting up a married couples bible study I really want to get involved in with DH. He is a bit difficult with church. I am praying about it to see where God wants me to be. Definitely the tot/mom Wed. morning though!
Hi, I'm new to this particular forum, but it appealed to me.
We are faithful church goers. I just had my baby a month ago and took a couple of weeks off and I couldn't believe how much I missed it. I sing in the choir and my husband is a deacon so we don't take our worship lightly.