Sarah70

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  1. You assumed correct..I really didn't get a good answer either. Such is the state of the church sadly. So much in-fighting in awhile young people as well as new believers are being lead astray in the ecumenical movement that is happening, in Baptist as well as other churches. The goal, one Global Church...
  2. Thank-you all for your input. I won't be attending. I am disheartened though knowing that many young are.....I will pray for counsel on if I should approach them and how to do so.
  3. This is what I found and why I was leery of attending. On The wiki page it states this about them: Bible Study Fellowship (also known as BSF) is an international Christian interdenominational or parachurch fellowship of lay people offering a system of structured bible study. It was begun in 1959 by Audrey Wetherell Johnson, a British evangelist to China. When you "click" on Interdenominational it takes you directly to a page about Ecumenism. It also states it is a parachurch organization and when you click on parachurch fellowship it too says it represent ecumenism.. Then I found the below references to BFS: http://www.withchrist.org/bsf.htm https://kimolsen.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/bsf-bible-study-fellowship-going-contemplative-going-off-the-narrow-path/ http://www.donotbesurprised.com/2011/08/bsf-truly-ecumenical-fellowship.html http://watch.pair.com/bsf.html
  4. I was recently invited to a local church, for a ladies Bible study on Revelations. I was told to go online to register because it wasn't held by the church, another Baptist Church, not my home church which is also Baptist. I went to the site Bible Fellowship Study and I registered, however when I clicked out of the registry articles popped up on my screen from ladies who left Bible Fellowship Study because they felt it was a ecumenical movement. Should I attend or Stay FAR away. Also should I bring up the issue with my neighbor who invited me, it is her home church hosting it. One last question should I also call it to my Pastors attention because many ladies from my church are also attending. In my heart of hearts, I feel that BFS is silently creeping one church unity into the Baptist church under the guise as a harmless Bible Study....HELP!