Why It’s Not Religion

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is also using social media to invite people to learn more on platforms that millennials frequent. In August 2014, Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles encouraged members at BYU Campus Education Week to share the gospel using social media. Additionally, the First Presidency and all of the church’s apostles each have Facebook and Twitter accounts.

For Christmas 2015, the LDS Church embarked on a Christmas marketing program that invited people to visit christmas.mormon.org, where they could access videos, information about Christmas, and media to share across social platforms. READ MORE

When I walk into the Garden of Eden Church, it’s like a breath of fresh air. The pastor is so enthusiastic, joyful, and energetic. On an early Sunday morning, it’s what I need when I am only on one cup of Earl Grey.

The service is a blend of drums and hymns. Old and young mingle together. They actually talk to each other, but like any family, my spiritual family is dysfunctional.

I don’t know of any family that isn’t dysfunctional these days.

My friends greet me when I walk in, and I love being known to these dear people.

Yes, it’s a church. I sit in a chair. In front of me, there are Bibles, papers, and a place to put the empty communion cup. It’s not a religion in the sense that people are using the word, ‘religion,’ these days.

Some people say, “I have to go to church.”

I say, “I GET to go to church.”

I get to learn about my Lord and Savior. 

I get to sing with my brothers and sisters. 

If I were to die, someone knows my name. 

But it does matter what you believe of Jesus. Get to know Him with me. Join my small group. It starts soon. Email me if you would like to join. All are welcome.

Email: sistersarah40@yahoo.com 

 

 

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