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What would Jesus brew? #599983
03/03/2019 16:41
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Churches turn to serving beer to attract young flocks

https://www.nydailynews.com/news/na...hia1bXypMF1GcUaHOITQKEveTX2-bdsI1PyDKjqc


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Re: What would Jesus brew? [Re: TBP] #599985
03/03/2019 16:56
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Mainline churches are dying in the West.Let's face it.I see the United Methodists held the line in ther recent conference and maintained opposition to homosexual "marriages" and gay clergy.That won't help them with "young flocks" but at least they're true to their Christian beliefs.

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Re: What would Jesus brew? [Re: TBP] #599996
04/03/2019 18:47
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This is an old article.....apparently the concept didn't work too well....In a case like that, they risk losing members that they already have.....our church has a large group of young adult families that often get together and drink.they have a section of the church where they usually sit together.....

That's not the way to grow churches. they could have a men's cooking team, a shooting club where the group gets together on Saturdays and goes shooting.i've thought we should build a fitness club and allow members or regular attendees to work out there for free...there's just planty of things that a church can do without serving beer.... I mean gosh.....


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