He has very strong Baptist beliefs (he was baptized at the age of 12 and saved 3 different times), and I have very strong Methodist beliefs (I was baptized as in infant, and have only been saved once, though have professed my faith numerous times).Once he gets back in August, we will be looking for a church home together.However, we cannot decide what type of church to go to.The last church he attended, and is still a member of, has VERY strict Baptist views.
I believe that if Christian rock music is the best way to help someone put their faith in Jesus, then it should be considered.
You will be wanting to take your children to your services so that they can learn about your religion.
Her family is going to step in to give unwanted advice in regards to how the children should be raised.
However, they are willing to look the other way when a Catholic wants to leave a non-Catholic spouse.
Often the Catholic priest will insist that an agreement is made that the children are raised in the Catholic religion before he will marry a couple, and if the wedding is not done by a Catholic priest, many Catholics feel that it wasn't a legitimate marriage.