A Special Treasure
I love the Church. I am so fortunate to be apart of the family that I'm apart of here in Clemson. It really is like a treasure. This morning I spent some time with Kyle, a brother in our campus ministry. He's a student at Clemson University and a good friend. We we're talking about what makes our ministry so unique from other ministries, mainly the ministries within our fellowship. It's family. Because we are still somewhat small, we are all very close. We have our issues as most families do, but we're in each others lives in a way that is much more intimate than most groups out there. I'm not sure how long that will last, but while we are building this ministry here early on, it's a quality that is specialone that we need to enjoy and appreciate while we have it.
I have been so fortunate to be apart of this group since it's conception over three years ago. In December of 2008 I moved here with my wife and two daughters to help plant the church here and to start a new campus ministry at the University. We officially kicked things off in January of 2009 with a membership of 13 men and women. At the time we only had one full time student. Today, we have a ministry of just about 50 members and a campus ministry of 30. And Yes, although we have our issues, I would have to say that this ministry is a treasurea ministry of great value. I love these men and women and strongly feel as if there is no other place I'd rather be be right now in this phase of my life.
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I think that when Jesus told the parables he told about what the Kingdom of heaven was like, I don't think that he had any preconceived notions that it did't have it's problems or that it wouldn't develop problems over time. But that still didn't make the Kingdom something that isn't to be highly valued and dearly loved!
Building up the Kingdom is something that we are called to do. To "Go and make Disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit" was the charge given to the first disciples. In this process it would be near impossible not to bring those into the Church who weren't sincere. You can do the best you can to "make disciples", however, sometimes those who come into the fellowship aren't going to be. Disciples, that is.
Making Jesus Lord is not an easy thing to do. It's one of the most difficult things that we can do throughout our entire lifetime. To really say that in all things, Jesus comes first. Now, because the Church is an amazing thing it's really easy to just jump on board because the fellowship is so powerful and the people so incredibly sincereand yet, you not be sincere yourself. We have had those in the church and we'll more than likely have others as we build.
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Posted in Churches/Faith/Religion Post Date 09/27/2016