Why do I have to join a church? Isn't being a Christian enough? What does the Bible say about membership? Can't I just attend and get involved? Addressing commitment in a "casual age," Mack offers 10 straightforward biblical reasons why church membership is God's command. An ideal congregational handout! Includes discussion questions. 76 pages, softcover from Calvary Press.
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Review 1 for To Be or Not to Be a Church Member? That Is the Question!
Be Biblically Informed!!!
Date:July 12, 2012
As a pastor, I am sometimes taken aback by the ignorance of some professing to be Christians, concerning the "necessity" of belonging to a local Christian assemblege. Wayne Mack does a great job of taking us through a portion in his book on the "one anothering commands" in Holy Scripture. To all would be "lone rangers" Jesus died for individuals, this is true, however, He also died for HIS church. Great little read!!
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Review 2 for To Be or Not to Be a Church Member? That Is the Question!
Date:June 15, 2010
Commitment - that's a scary word for many who long for lone ranger freedom or who have been burned by a bad experience. But Wayne Mack shows that no Christian should be without commitment to a local church. This book is helpful to those considering the Biblical reasons to become (or not become) a church member. Mack builds a sound case that you can't be a good Christian (obedient to the commands of Christ) without formal commitment for your local church. Mack's analysis is throughly Biblical. He has written helpful thought-provoking application questions at the end of each chapter. It is a short, easy to read, and full of solid content. I believe that it would also be helpful to members - reminding them why they've become members. I highly recommend it. See also Mack's book "Life in the Father's House".