Seven Ways to Be a Unifying Church Member

June 25, 2019
Episode #548
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Church members who are determined to be unifying can change the entire ethos of a church, and a church with unifying church members is a blessing to a pastor.

Some highlights from today’s episode include:

  • Be intentional about prayer and about what you’re praying for.
  • Words of encouragement for your pastor really mean a lot because pastors hear more criticism than you can imagine.
  • Giving abundantly has more to do with the attitude of the giver than the amount of the gift.
  • Gossip in the church is unhealthy and can hurt the ministry and witness of a church.

The seven ways to be a unifying church member that we discuss are:

  1. Pray for the church
  2. Encourage the pastor and staff
  3. Encourage other church members
  4. Give abundantly
  5. Don’t gossip
  6. Forgive others
  7. Serve joyfully

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