Note: Wikipedia defines Family Integrated Church as, “In Protestant Christianity, a family integrated church is one in which parents and children ordinarily attend church services together, children stay all through church services without attending Sunday school or children’s ministries, and organized groups and activities for children and youth are normally non-existent.” You can read about our experiences attending this kind of church by clicking THIS LINK.
I haven’t written about Family Integrated Church in a while because frankly, we haven’t been going to one. We currently live in an area where there are not a lot of options when it comes to worshipping the way we’ve been used to for the past several years. It was disheartening, and we spent a lot of time bouncing from one congregation to the next, trying to find a “home.”
And in the process, I ended up spiritually deprived.