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For members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the term inactive is used to describe those who once attended church but no longer do so. While so many have been excited about the process of returning to chapels for worship with their fellow Saints, others are also struggling with the idea of going back to church.
There are many reasons for this, but any form of separation from God can lead to an ever-widening chasm if we aren’t careful. If you’ve felt a lack of God’s power in your life without church or are wondering how you can get excited about returning to church worship, here are a few ideas to consider.
Things Don’t Have to Go Back to “Normal”
In this time away, you’ve probably learned about what you love or don’t love about your church meetings. As services resume, it’s a great time to look at how we can improve them. Consider talking with your ministering friends or trusted leaders about any ideas you’ve had. Even as a single person, you can consistently strive to voice your feelings and work towards positive changes.
Focus on What You Can Give
It is so important that our church experience is one of safety for each of us. However, we may focus too much on what we can get from our church meetings. Are we being served? Are we being fulfilled? Are we comfortable? Try turning your perspective outward and look for opportunities to give back.
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