It's Sunday morning. Where are all the men? Playing softball? Watching the tube? Mowing the lawn? One place you won't find them is in church. Less than 40 percent of adults in most churches are men, and 20 to 25 percent of married churchgoing women attend without their husbands.
And why are the men who do go to church so bored? Why won't they let God change their hearts?
영어 사전에서 "disillusioned" 뜻
David Murrow's groundbreaking new book reveals why men are the world's largest unreached people group. With eye-opening research and a persuasive grasp on the facts, Murrow explains the problem and offers hope and encouragement to women, pastors, and men. Why Men Hate Going to Church does not call men back to the church-it calls the church back to men.
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Steve Brown. The Tangible Kingdom. Hugh Halter.
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Evangelism Without Additives. Jim Henderson. I KNOW. Yes, we should feed those in need, reach out to communities, be willing to serve, but if we have done that and not spoken the salvation which only comes through Christ,we have missed our goal and they have lost eternity. Many for lack of understanding the awesomeness of Christ and many for having no apologetic background, thus falling prey to the things of this world or the devices of men, such as professors. Other than that I agree with your writing. Good article Sam.
I am a 62 year old grandma. You have some good points. Let me share that I came to Christ at 23 years of age. At 30, my husband and I started attending a church and were there 23 years. We were mostly 30 somethings. We had 1 or 2 older people in the church.