Here is the blurb from the book – but the excerpt from the first chapter is much better.
Fall in Love with the Family of God Putting in their hour or two on the weekend, many Christians take the rest of the week off, neglecting the church and her needs. Some shop around, looking for a church that suits their lifestyle. Bestselling author Joshua Harris calls Christians to stop playing the field and commit, just as Christ is committed to us, His bride.
Just as Jesus told Peter that if he loved his Lord he needed to feed His sheep (John 21), if we really love Jesus, we, too, are called to care deeply about His flock. This primer on church commitment is a resource book to give away and a perfect companion to this year’s EFCA Leadership Conference, “The Church in Real Time.” We’re going to buy a copy for every family in our church!
[Reprinted with permission from EFCA Today, Summer 2005, published by the Evangelical Free Church of America.
He makes the church sound appealing without minimizing her faults.
3 Aug Natalie asked: "I wanted to know if there was a good study guide out there for Stop Dating the Church? I really enjoyed reading the book and it had a lot of impact on me. About ME: Usually I play such games as badminton, bowling, tennis and sometimes football with my son. Someone who can pound my young tight pussy very deep and hard every week.
So I wanted to share with other college students this book." Answer: Yes, we do have a study. Send a pic and i will respond to you as soon as possible. #1, you must be disease/drug free and must not smoke, including pot.
In Harris confronts the me-first, go-it-alone, extra-critical attitudes that characterize Christians who have not yet fallen in love with the family of God.
The confrontation is easy to swallow, however, because the author starts with himself.