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christianitydotcom 994 views 2010-12-15T15:41:48 In this video, pastor John Crotts extols the positive motives behind the ever-growing and very diverse Family-Integrated Church movement. He also cautions against some of the extremes that he has observed, and advocates a biblical view that the church is a family. John wrote the book, “Loving the Church,” to help people see how glorious God's family really is, and also to see the countless ways that people and families can flourish within it. Pastor Crotts was interviewed in Richmond, VA by Christianity.com editor, Alex Crain, on the recent book entitled, “Loving the Church: God’s People Flourishing in God’s Family,” (John Crotts, Shepherd Press, 2010).
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