Teaching this everywhere

by John Michael

I remember, when I was in college, I attended the three evangelical ministries on campus (one sponsored by the PCA, one by the SBA, and one by a local charismatic church). We talked about Calvin and Luther, and C.S. Lewis. We wanted to be in unity, and made attempts at it, but were thwarted by the lack of simplicity that the early church had. I believe that many of the people there were serious about following God, but needed to be clear on what that meant, and how to do that. I hope that this will begin to be taught everywhere. I look forward to the day when we can teach this on campuses and at ministries where there are those who hunger for the truth. "They are like sheep without a shepherd" and need a true message from God, rather than men, to put those things they have been taught in proper perspective.

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