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There is no end of people of all ilks are who are willing to step in and help people help themselves. Um, not sure how those two ideas go together.

People have been trying to find ways to help themselves since who knows when. There’s a better way.

I am convinced that there is nothing the self-help industry can offer an individual that the church can’t do better.

15 Questions Seekers of Self Help Can Ask of the Church

Self Help vs The Church

Self Help vs The Church

  1. Are you looking for better relationships? The church can do that.
  2. Are you looking for deeper connections? The church can help there, too.
  3. Are you looking for balance in your life? The church is ready to serve.
  4. Are you looking for a place to be loved? The church.
  5. Are you looking for accountability? The church.
  6. Are you looking for a place to serve in a meaningful way? The church.
  7. Are you looking to reduce loneliness? The church.
  8. Are you looking for a place to worship creatively? The church.
  9. Are you looking for a way out of your depression? The church.
  10. Are you looking for more satisfaction in your life? The church.
  11. Are you looking for genuinely good people to hang out with? The church.
  12. Are you looking for someone to keep you accountable? The church.
  13. Are you looking for a family to be part of? The church.
  14. Are you looking for creative outlets to worship with your unique creative interests in mind? Yup, the church is there to serve.
  15. Are you physically unable to get up and go to a local church? The church online. You are here.

No Church in My Area

Is there no physical church in your area that can serve you? The Inbound Church can.

  • You can fellowship here.
  • You can pray for one another here.
  • You can worship here.
  • You can make friends here.
  • You can grow into the person God wants you to be here.

Self-help versus the inbound church? There is no competition. The church wins.

Come worship with us at the Inbound Church. <= Click!