Does God Answer Prayers?

Some say that God is a silent Being. Some believe that they can hear Him loud and clear. SO… What’s the deal? Read More »

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3 Ways to Pray with Friends

So we’ve been talking about having Christian friends. One of the greatest perks of having Christian friends is that you can get together and pray. This may sound like an easy concept for some, but for others, this can be difficult for multiple reasons. Some may be afraid to open up for whatever reason. Some may not want to speak in front of others with so much attention on them. No matter the reason, praying with friends is something that can be very deep. So lets go through some ways that you can try out and see what you are comfortable with.Read More »

How to Meet New Christian Friends

When you go to a new church like I wrote about a few weeks ago (link here), one of the first things you may want to do is to find some new friends at that church. For some, it may be difficult to do that. I’m one of those people. I am a social butterfly but I find it difficult to just put myself out there. So here are some tips that I implemented and some that I could have then as well.Read More »

How to Choose a New Church

 As I have gone through this series, people may have been wondering how I chose my church. I was lucky enough that the first church that I attended that was not my original was the one that gave me the welcoming vibe I was looking for. That doesn’t mean I don’t have suggestions on how you can choose your church if you are looking to change… Read More »

3 Signs to Know It’s Time for a Church Change

When you know it’s time for a change of church

How often have you changed churches? I personally have only changed churches once in my life and that was when I switched from going to a Catholic church to a non-denominational church. Changing churches can be difficult and emotional depending on why you made the decision to change churches. For me it was an exciting time because I knew that I have wanted more community and more people my age in the congregation.Read More »