The Mark of a Great Church

Delivered by Chanson Newborn
August 2, 2020
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Key Verses

Philippians 1:27-30, Matthew 6:33, John 14:22, Ephesians 2:19, Colossians 3:8, 1 Corinthians 1:10

What makes a great church?

Is it a nice large building? Is it how much money it raises, or how many members it has? As guest speaker for New St. James’ 150th Anniversary, Rev. Chanson Newborn delivers a message that says that non of those things make a great church.

In this message, he says that Paul in the Bible identified four marks of a great church. A great church has members who act like they have heavenly citizenship.

A great church is one that honors the Gospel of Christ though how they behave. A great church stands fast and firm as one body and not be divided.

A great church is also one that remains courageous in times when their faith is under attack.

Newborn encourages members at New St. James to continues to display the marks of a great church for the next 150+ years.

Full Church Service

(Devotion came from Psalms 23)

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About the Minister

Chanson Newborn

Chanson Newborn

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