IT Shouldn't Be in the Church: The Saga Continues
IT Shouldn’t Be in the Church offers the reader an alternative approach to understanding the true value of what a church should look and feel like.
The church is a community of called-out believers that believe in the same principles of faith and understand why the church is important to everyday life.
Many dynamics of the church are discussed in the chapters as it invites thought-provoking reflection if the church is ready for the next progression or if there is more work to be done.
The author provides a case for the importance of believers gathering together in fellowship, but does fellowship create an atmosphere of unity and peace? Many factors play an invaluable role in the methodology of the church, one of which is the teaching. However, are we learning all that we should know about the church, her history, and her purpose?
IT Shouldn’t Be in the Church is not a book of what if or why it isn’t something; this book primarily focuses on finding ways to value and appreciate everything that is personal and true about the church so other believers can see Christ every time the doors open.
This book asks the following questions:
What is the church? What shouldn’t be in the church? Why are there churches? And what controls the church?
The author takes a revelatory response to the intelligence of what the Church is while providing a practical way to finding the answers.
A Great Teacher said, “Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in, to him and dine with him, and he with Me.” (Revelation 3:20)
Thomas E. Walker is a graduate of Liberty University Theological Seminary with a Master of Art in Christian Ministries; and a Master of Divinity in Pastoral Counseling from Liberty University Rawlings School of Divinity, and founder of two Christian organizations.