The Light Church Podcast

Life in the Spirit (Romans Interlude): The Value & Purpose of Fellowship

October 20, 2019 John Kovacs
The Light Church Podcast
Life in the Spirit (Romans Interlude): The Value & Purpose of Fellowship
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The Light Church Podcast
Life in the Spirit (Romans Interlude): The Value & Purpose of Fellowship
Oct 20, 2019
John Kovacs

Jesus said in Matthew 18:20 that "When two or more are gathered in my name, there I will be also." And in light of this Word, believers have been meeting and gathering for what we call Church for over 2,000 years. It is fundamentally understood that there is something about us coming together that is meaningful and necessary to our Christian walk and to Christ's presence with us.

But the often overlooked truth of that scripture is that there is also something missing when people AREN'T present in our midst. How does that change our perspective of Sunday service? Family gatherings? Friendships? How does that change our desire to have our family in our midst, and to invite those around us to be a part of it as well?

Join us as Pastor John explores the questions, "What do we have when we come together that we can't have when we don't?" and "How does that change our attitude toward our involvement in fellowship?"


Show Notes

Jesus said in Matthew 18:20 that "When two or more are gathered in my name, there I will be also." And in light of this Word, believers have been meeting and gathering for what we call Church for over 2,000 years. It is fundamentally understood that there is something about us coming together that is meaningful and necessary to our Christian walk and to Christ's presence with us.

But the often overlooked truth of that scripture is that there is also something missing when people AREN'T present in our midst. How does that change our perspective of Sunday service? Family gatherings? Friendships? How does that change our desire to have our family in our midst, and to invite those around us to be a part of it as well?

Join us as Pastor John explores the questions, "What do we have when we come together that we can't have when we don't?" and "How does that change our attitude toward our involvement in fellowship?"