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Defending the rights of

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their genuine beliefs.

Helping people to have a better life on their way to hell is not the purpose of the ‘Church.’

Good works are good, but who gets the glory? Is it you? Is it the church? Or is it Jesus?

Jesus and Mary

and the Disciples

 

Evangelical Cumbria

Just as Cumbria is blessed with very busy ecumenical Christians associated with Churches Together, so it is also blessed with a significant number of evangelicals.

Some of the evangelical organisations are rather impressive.

These links will link you to Evangelical Cumbria

 

Keswick Convention Ministries

 

The North West Partnership

 

YWAM Youth With A Mission

 

NISCU (schools workers)

 

Operation Mobilisation

 

Pray For  Carlisle

 

Living Word

 

 

 

 

 

 

The evangelical churches tend to not work with

Churches Together in Cumbria because they do not want to associate with and thereby appear to endorse Catholicism.

 

Curiously, some evangelical churches are adopting the ecumenical good deed society approach. Ploughing resources into efforts that forbid the mention of Jesus as the solution to many people’s problems. All they achieve is to help people have a better life on their way to hell.

 

Christians get to feel good about themselves, but are drawn away from the real purpose of their life on earth and that purpose is to evangelise. Perhaps some people will become intrigued by why the Christians are doing good and investigate the root and find Christ and populate the churches. However, there is no evidence of that.

 

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The evangelical churches should come together in creating a ‘school for evangelism’ to teach Christians how much fun and satisfaction one can receive in giving out.