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Jesus Creed

Churches and the Jesus Creed

For Pastors and churches that used the Jesus Creed for a Bible study or more in your church. (This announcement is not for individuals who used this, but for churches.)
If you would like to be in the “Pastor’s Circle” for my forthcoming books, please send the following to
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Royal Farris

posted October 15, 2005 at 10:38 am

We have always had a “Love God Love People” motto at our church. I would like to make the Jesus creed a regular part of what we do. I would love to hear how other pastors have done this….I want the creed itself to be in our DNA…..I want it to be as familiar as Love God Love People is…..

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Royal Farris

posted October 15, 2005 at 10:39 am

PS. We are a four year old church plant….

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Scot McKnight

posted October 15, 2005 at 10:56 am

If you have a liturgicial format, it is very easy: add it just before the Lord’s Prayer.
If you don’t, encourage others to say it by (1) saying it in public and (2) showing its significance for life. (This latter is my own approach.)

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Scot McKnight

posted October 15, 2005 at 10:57 am

A Covenant Church in Allegan, MI, wrote it in stone with the 10 Commandments at the Church.

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