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...at the Church is. The Church isn’t just about a building or what kind of lights are being used. The Church is about being one body joined together under Christ. Fellowship of believers is what builds and puts together what is known as the Church. The mission of the Church is to reach out to non-believers as said in Acts 1:8. The mission is to learn about Christ as the foundation of the Church. The leaders in the Church mission is to not let the believers go astray from the truth. The New Testament Church is what gives us a guidebook on the Church, its mission, and what the God is calling us out to do. Looking throughout the Scriptures and the beginning of the Church, Paul and the other missionaries worked to unify the believers no matter their race or where they were located. The Church is supposed to be a haven for believers and to bring the non-believers to Christ.
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