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Baptist church mottos

Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by thjplgvp, Aug 4, 2006.

  1. thjplgvp

    thjplgvp Member

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    After reading the post on Baptist names I thought I would ask for church mottos.

    Ours is, Central Baptist Church "Christ centered Family focused"


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  2. Tom Bryant

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    we have a cemetery in back of our church so ours is "Dead in back, Alive in front" - not really :eek:
     
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    A Place to Believe, Belong, and Become
     
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    A soul winning Church serving in the Love of God.
     
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    We have something of a motto this year from our Mission's Conference -- Committed to the Great Commission. But we don't have a church motto really.

    I know a church that uses "The end of your search for a friendly church."
     
  7. Joseph M. Smith

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    The church I served as pastor used the Scripture, slightly edited, "God has given unto us ... the ministry of reconciliation". When it was originally chosen in the 1960's it referred to the church's intention to be multiracial. Now, of course, it means, or should mean, much more than that, both in terms of evangelism and in terms of social justice and human relationships.
     
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    or "We marry them and bury them." :tongue3:

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