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A Stranger in One's Homeland

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31

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Christian Living

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Joanne Lee

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Sometimes Christians attend churches where the language, traditions, and even types of food are different from what they are accustomed to. How can the church become a home to all nationalities?

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Sometimes Christians attend churches where the language, physical appearances, traditions, values, and even types of food are different from what they have grown up with and become accustomed to. They are like strangers or second-class citizens in church. However, our church does not belong to any one specific nationality, but to all. Through the teachings of the Apostle Paul we know he struggled with this very same issue. If we can link his efforts to our own today, we can learn to sacrifice our own comforts and identities so that the church may become a home to all nationalities.

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A Stranger in One's Homeland

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MA

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Angel Marie Solgot -- Seattle, Washington, USA

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Members

Keywords

1567, 5687, 1596, 1590, 535, 542, 540, 512, 536, 544, 543, 534, 533, 511, 541, 539

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