Monday, November 4, 2013

Craft beer used to help lure in church members

This is the second time we are giving you a report about a pastor giving beer to attract church members.   We are going to say it again, 'if people want God bad enough, they will come to church and follow Him without liquor."  Obviously Pastor Philip Heinze thinks it's the key to get more church members, but we beg to differ with him.

According to,  Pastor Philip Heinze says he’s got no problem using beer to help with his missionary work or to help boost the declining number of church members. “I’m not interested, frankly, in making more church members,” he says. “I’m interested in having people have significant relationships around Jesus. And if it turns out to be craft beer, fine.”

Pastor Heinze and any other pastor will have to answer to God, because booze is certainly not the way into God's Kingdom.

Craft beer used to help lure in church members
Church groups have long used coffee and the occasional stale donut as a way to bring together parishioners to talk about faith. Now, some churches are trying to attract new members through craft beer.

NPR reports that Zio Carlo brewpub in Fort Worth, Tex. is home to Church-in-a-Pub, where members of the Calvary Lutheran Church...Read full article, here.

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