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Laodicean and the Modern-Day Church


By David Sheldon

Last Updated: June 22, 2022

Laodicean and the Modern-Day Church

This past Sunday, June 19, 2022, our pastor, Eric Robinson, preached on the Laodicean church of Revelation 3:14-22. He compared what happened with the first century Laodicean church to the modern-day church. He shared about the seeker-sensitive, attractional, consumer-driven church of our day and how the modern day church is so self-sufficient and is quite satisfied in its compromises with worldliness in so many ways. He also referenced some items that recently transpired at the SBC convention. We highly recommend you check out the sermon linked below!

If you live in the North Central Ohio area or are ever visiting, we would invite you to Ripley Church of Greenwich, Ohio. Here is the church website for more information.

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