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Old 05-11-2003, 01:59 PM   #1
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Where to go to hear the WORD...

Along the lines of a few replies in Ali Rose's baptism post, and since we are such a global community here, I thought it might be great to list some of our wonderful, spirit-filled, Truth-telling churches where those who are traveling or are truly seeking, so we/they could go to hear God's word. I'll start. I'm in Dallas, which has a good church on every corner it seems, but some standouts:
  • Prestonwood Baptist in Plano: One of the mega-churches and for good reason. Yes, they're "Baptist" but they don't tout it. It's a wonderful spirit filled church with something for everone. It's HUGE, 13,000 members! Jack Graham the pastor is also the head of the Southern Baptist Association and has a daily Bible sermon on the radio.
  • Hillcrest Church in Dallas: my current home church. Wonderful loving people, great new young pastor, whose messages are powerful and moving.
  • Fellowship Church in Irving: amazing, joyful, multi-media and music rich church. Lots of young people & activities. Ed Young, the pastor, is a dynamo and super funny. Ed also has a daily radio program.
  • Bent Tree Bible Church in Plano: pastored by Pete Briscoe, the son of my former church (Stuart Briscoe of Elmbrook) in Wisconsin. Lots of young people, lots of activities, awesome messages!
  • Stonebriar Church in Frisco: the wonderful Chuck Swindoll's new church. Always a standout message, and just going to hear Chuck is a joy! He has also had a daily radio program for years.

I simply thank God that I live in a city that has so many wonderful churches to attend! Anyone else?
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Old 05-11-2003, 06:21 PM   #2
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CrossRoads Of Arlington, Texas. very small church, but has what I think is the right focus - bringing people into the kingdom of God (leading people to salvation in Christ), instead of focusing on number of members.
www.crossroadsofarlington.org
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Old 05-14-2003, 10:32 PM   #3
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wow...nobody wants to post their churches here?

anyone...?

Bueller...??
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Old 05-15-2003, 05:31 AM   #4
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I'm LDS and just go to my local ward, all of our church services are pretty much the same at whatever ward/church building you go to though.
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Old 05-15-2003, 07:27 PM   #5
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Two that I frequent:

-Faith EPC in Rochester Hills, MI
(can't remember website addy )

-Riverview, Holt MI (near Lansing) www.eriv.net
Love that their services are "9:30ish and 11:30ish"
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