New Canadian Eh ?

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Sudsy, Mar 5, 2016.

  1. Sudsy

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    Greetings from the southern most tip of Canada. Just a few minutes from Point Pelee National Park (bird watchers paradise).

    Been attending the local First Baptist Church and especially enjoying the expository bible teaching.

    Raised Pentecostal by converted, previously unchurched parents. Father was very acctive in street ministry.

    My church history is quite varied - Pentecostal to Evangelical Baptist to Salvation Army to Mennonite Brethren to Pentecostal to First Baptist.

    Looking forward to reading through your forum posts and joining in here and there.

    God bless !
     
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  2. Salty

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    Interesting history for a church -
    How old is the church?
    why so many changes in doctrine?
     
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    Sorry, I wasn't referring to the church I currently attend but rather the various churches I have attended over the past 69 years. It has been quite an experience to learn and fellowship with Christians from various Christian faith groups and I don't think heaven is goingto be much of an adjustment for me in that area. :)
     
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    Thank you for the clarification!
    When I first joined the Army, I was attending the Air Chapel (Methodist Chaplain)
    I actually realized you did not have to be a Baptist to be a Christian - what an eye opener.

    I have also worked in Christian Radio - have had the opportunity to fellowship with
    many denominations.
     

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