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This person is one who is willing to go to worship—anywhere, anytime—but don’t ask them to become an active part, that would mean they must give up the freedom to go where they want to, to judge what is happening, and even decide to stay away from the established church altogether for awhile.Many of the points made declare the biblical and even God-mandated participation in (1) the Church created by Christ and (2) the local expression known as church.This third season will consist of six 30-minute episodes — another sharp decline in the episode order and further indication this show already has one foot out HBO’s door.Executive Vice President of HBO Programming Amy Gravitt released a general statement on she took our audiences through the keyhole and into the lives of a modern day couple dealing with the fallout of splitting up.In Failing to commit to the church, we cheat ourselves, we cheat our church community and we cheat the world.Over the next six chapters, Harris explains the beauty of the church, our need for the church, what committment to a church involves, what to look for in a church, and how to make Sunday the best day of the week.He draws liberally from the books and teachings of Charles Spurgeon, Don Whitney and John Piper, and builds convincing, biblical arguments. The fifth chapter lays out ten criteria by which to choose a church.
This final season will see Frances and Robert facing new challenges in co-parenting as Robert moves on with his new girlfriend, Jackie (Becki Newton), and Frances continues the search for her fresh start in work and in love.Halfway through the book Harris assumes he has made his point and gives advice on how to determine that you do want to join a church and even how to determine which church will be best for you. Read it with the understanding that Harris comes out of that point of view.The criteria he uses center on the marriage of the church’s commitment to being and doing what God desires and the believer’s decision to do the same. A second audience for this book is the leadership of local churches everywhere.There is not much in this book that has not been said elsewhere more thoroughly and perhaps even more convincingly.But what this book adds to the discussion is accessibility.