Why are many Christians going to church less?

Because it seems many churches are springing up but its true power is missing.

Clarify Share Report Asked May 25 2013 Mini Anonymous

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1340324413 Chris Eleam Chris Eleam
A number are leaving their church because they find it dry, uninteresting, unable to satisfy their spiritual hunger. They suffer from the famine foretold by the prophet Amos, “a famine, not for bread, and a thirst, not for water, but for hearing the words of Jehovah.” (Amos 8:11) Because they receive little sustenance from their religion, they give up on it

June 09 2013 0 responses Vote Up Share Report

Stringio George Adams Prime Minister
To be honest, there are problems in every church, and many churches have more problems than others. There are some churches which seem to obey tradition rather than Jesus, and that defeats the object of a Christ-orientated church (Acts 2:42-47). Many people in the past only attended church for tradition, and due to their lack of meaning, they have lost support.

December 22 2013 0 responses Vote Up Share Report

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