Help! I Hate Church

Help! I Hate Church

Wendy Hamilton / Jul 18, 2019

Help I Hate Church The difference between going to the dentist and going to church is dentists have comfortable chairs and expect less money If you just smiled you would enjoy this book of hope written for everyone who

  • Title: Help! I Hate Church
  • Author: Wendy Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9781491832943
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Paperback
  • The difference between going to the dentist and going to church is dentists have comfortable chairs and expect less money If you just smiled you would enjoy this book of hope written for everyone who has secretly suffered through Sundays and guiltily wondered What s wrong with me I hate church Can vibrant Christianity and fellowship live outside the commercialThe difference between going to the dentist and going to church is dentists have comfortable chairs and expect less money If you just smiled you would enjoy this book of hope written for everyone who has secretly suffered through Sundays and guiltily wondered What s wrong with me I hate church Can vibrant Christianity and fellowship live outside the commercial, institutionalized church Wendy Hamilton answers with a resounding yes This is an account of a little homemade church on the bottom of the world, run by nobodies, who changed their neighbors forever, because they didn t fit into real church.

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    About "Wendy Hamilton"

      • Wendy Hamilton

        Wendy Hamilton is a New Zealand Author, speaker and writer She is passionate about homeschooling, homechurching, and homemaking She loves to encourage people in a deeper walk with Christ and to reach their dreams.


    885 Comments

    1. I don't like giving ratings that are in the middle, and I usually force myself to lean to one side or the other. But with this book, I had to land in the middle. I think the ideas contained in the book are good. I just didn't care for the writing style. Often times, I found the sentence structure confusing. In fairness, this could be because the author is from New Zealand, and I am unfamiliar with their writing style. Or, it could be because the book is poorly written. Nonetheless, I like what W [...]


    2. Love the Lord, despise the institutionRecommend this book to any Spirit filled believer who is struggling with the haunting feeling that something is wrong with the modern church. This book blessed and encouraged me. I'm really thinking about what I can do to make the change to a more vibrant and authentic fellowship with others without the forced authority of the church. Wendy speaks "the truth in love" and inspires a sense of possibility and enablement to take action!


    3. This is an awesome thought provoking book. A great book for those who are suffering in the church and believe that they are a terrible Christian for struggling. It's written in a light way but touches on important issues. Great story of how a family was used by God to touch lives of those around them. It's not a book full of hate for churches but a fresh view on how church can be done in a different way. Highly recommend.


    4. I really enjoyed this book for its distinctively Kiwi style of gentle humour. Although the title suggests an anti-church book, it really isn't, it's just the story of a New Zealand family who found another way to serve God. Full of truth and nicely written. I would read this book again.


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