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Local Church Adds Pew-Back Entertainment Consoles

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    WEST COVINA, CA—To keep congregants occupied for the full length of the church service, Waterbrook Church announced Thursday it had finally installed pew-back entertainment consoles throughout the sanctuary for all to enjoy. The consoles include hundreds of the latest Hollywood movies for instant viewing during Sunday services, along with thousands of pop, rock, and hip-hop […]

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    Originally posted by Christforums View Post
    WEST COVINA, CA—To keep congregants occupied for the full length of the church service, Waterbrook Church announced Thursday it had finally installed pew-back entertainment consoles throughout the sanctuary for all to enjoy. The consoles include hundreds of the latest Hollywood movies for instant viewing during Sunday services, along with thousands of pop, rock, and hip-hop […]

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    Does that sound totally unbelievable? Unfortunately it doesn't - not nowadays.

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      I almost laughed when I read that. Ya -- it Does sound unbelievable. Like why bother going to church?! That is So Sad. Will God hold irresponsible pastors More accountable for leading their congregations astray? Hope so.
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        Originally posted by Sue D. View Post
        Will God hold irresponsible pastors More accountable for leading their congregations astray?
        James did tell us that teachers will be judged more strictly than other people.
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