Going To Church Quotes by Rafal Blechacz, Bobby Bowden, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Andrew Dice Clay, John Irving, David Lynch and many others.
My earliest memories about music are connected with going to church and listening to organ music. I am not from a musical family, actually, and I remember my first musical fascination to be for organ music. I wanted to become an organist and not a pianist.
I was always going to church with my mom, dad and sister. I was literally raised under the godly influence both at home and church. There was no alcohol and no smoking at our house. That was the way a Bowden was supposed to live. My dad always told me to represent the Bowden name in a respectful manner.
The one pleasure that never palls is the pleasure of not going to church.
Women today leave the house in animal prints and six inch stilettos, what does that say? I’m going to church? They’re saying I want you to hang me by my tits from your ceiling and bite my ass. You know what I mean? That’s what it says to me anyway.
You don’t have to be in the habit of going to church to listen to such a literary minister; you don’t have to be a believer to be moved by Mr. Buechner’s faith.
I was raised Presbyterian, but I’m not really going to church. I think the experience in meditation is pretty much where it’s at for me.
If you can get a spiritual connection without going to church, why go to church?.
The Catholic influence just comes from being raised Catholic, going to church every Sunday, being confirmed, going to church on holy days. So it’s coming from where I am. It serves the purpose of having people who have a base or foundation where they know what’s right.
I think there’s a ton of things about being Catholic that are hard. Going to Church every week is tough. I’d like to go to church, like, every couple of months. Going to confession is hard. Confessing my sins out loud is a very difficult thing.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez is one of my all-time favorite writers. I feel spiritual when reading his words, even though they’re translated. I wish desperately that I could read it in its original language. I already feel like I’m going to church when I read him; imagine if I could read it in the original.
It’s not about going to church every week because you know there’s a lot of people who go to church all of the time who aren’t going to heaven. It’s not even about that, it’s not about kissing God’s ass, it’s about being aware.
Going to church doesn’t make you a Christian any more than going to a garage makes you an automobile.
God tries you in certain, certain ways. Some people are rich, and they believe in God. They lose the money, things get hard, they get weak and quit going to church. Quit serving God like they did.
But I like going to church. If you’ve been brought up in the Church of England, it feels like visiting an elderly relative. And I think it’s important that part of the kids’ education is knowing about the Bible.
I used to go to church when I was younger. My parents didn’t go to church, but my friends all went to church and I loved going to church – I would go every Sunday with somebody. My parents used to think it was funny.
I walked away from going to church when I was 8. I didn’t set foot in another church until I was 28.
I like going to Church for aesthetic reasons, rather than spiritual ones.