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If you do not have a church you attend regularly, we suggest that you find a good Bible-believing church suitable for you, and its focus is to honor Jesus Christ! We need to attend church because God wants us to fellowship and grow closer to God and others. When a person goes to church, they should get involved more than just listening to the pastor speak. They ought to apply it to their lives and share it with others. It is a good rule of thumb to stay at one church, but sometimes there are reasons to change churches. Here are a few essential things to think about and pray about before you even consider looking for a new church. ~ Bill Greguska

Hebrews 10:24-25  And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.



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Here are four characteristics that all the people from a good church should have that my friend Jackie Hynes shared with me:

  1. Love God
  2. Honor His Word
  3. Treat others with love.
  4. Be a light

Anyone who is to find Christ must first find the church. How could anyone know where Christ is and what faith is in him unless he knew where his believers are? ~ Martin Luther

Hebrews 10:24-25  And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.


What I Believe About The Church

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A Bible-believing church is where God’s word is taught.

People in the church are held to a higher standard than other people. The pastors and staff significantly influence many people, so the higher standard comes into play. People tell me they can be followers of Jesus Christ without going to church every Sunday. There is some truth to that claim, but in reality, a Christian needs others to help build them up, teach them God’s word, walk together in fellowship, and be there for them physically when they need compassion, encouragement, wisdom, and support. My church life began when I was born; I attended St. Gregory Catholic school from 4th grade until 8th grade. Then when I was about 28 years old, I put aside my Catholic faith. I attended my first real Bible-believing church, Elmbrook church, for 23 years. ~ Bill Greguska







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Are you looking for a good Bible believing church?

Are you using God as your anchor? Or are you getting tossed by the waves of this world? Find a good church to get plugged into!

I started to attend Elmbrook church right after getting out of long-term alcohol and drug treatment. God healed me from my addictions, then He started working on my salvation, regeneration, and a closer walk with the Lord. Shortly after that, I started going to Elmbrook, a Bible-believing church I attended from 1989 until 2016. I was under good teaching by Pastor Stuart Briscoe and was grounded in my faith at Elmbrook. Then in 2016, I started going to Redeemer Evangelical Free Church. Redeemer is also a Bible-believing church.

I mention this because it does not matter what church you attend. Just as long as it is a Bible-believing church that you get connected to. Also, keep in mind that a church is not meant for saints. A church is a hospital for sinners to get well, find the light, and share it with others! The Christian faith starts in the home, branches out to the church, and then reaches out to others in the community who are already Christians and not Christian. Find a good church and get involved. Ask God if the church you are in now could be improved with your help. Suppose you are new to the area and searching for a good church. Finding a good church is significant. Do not just show up to the church; get involved and know and grow with others in your church. Be sure that the church is a Bible-believing church, and you visit it before you join. Make sure you know what the church believes before joining. ~ Bill Greguska




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