"We are Christians, non-denomination group focusing on building personal relationship with Christ"
Okay then... it shouldn't be dangerous. Saya pikir. Dan saya juga feel secure ketika melihat ada beberapa orang di sana yang saya temui di gereja saya.
Then it really is non-denomination. Anyone who believe in Christ.
I love them. I really love them. They've been there since I was in Tucson. I've been through all kinds of temptations to leave them, included the harsh one (some fundamentalist Video that attack my unique Christian Faith) and I survived (Thanks to Andrew, actually). I even know lots of my Faith because of this harsh event. I know the differences between my church and most of their church, and I respect both sides. There are just some differences that - only God knows why - will never be resolved even though both sides have tried. I made my decision, I will stay in my church for the rest of my life, through good times and bad times such as these days.
Now that I finally really feel secure about my unique Christian Faith, I made a vow not too long ago. My friends, they are the one that brought me into this state. I feel obliged to keep growing with them.
As long as I'm in Tucson, I will not leave them even though they might as well hate me or something.
Slowly but sure, those friendly faces started to disappear from my church.
It really makes me sad. I cannot blame that my church is very old and boooring. Is it because the other church's attraction are too hard to resist? Again, only God knows why. But surely, I feel somehow more lonely, now it doesn't look like a non-denomination to me anymore.
a0z0ra @ 10:20 PM  |