The key concern of a home visit is to see whether the citizens of the kingdom of God are living according to the laws of the kingdom. Thus, the author supports the use of the Ten Commandments as a guideline for elders in such visits.
Home visits seemingly did not begin until the time of the Reformation. This article explains how the Reformers moved away from the Roman Catholic practice of confession. It also highlights the connection made in history between home visits and the Lord’s Supper.
Why did the Lord give us sacraments? This article is about the sacraments as a means of grace. The article discusses the sacraments as accent marks, as illustrations of the Spirit, given to strengthen our faith, and to used by the congregation.
This article on character education shows how character education is integrated into every aspect of school life but also something that needs special attention. It is connected to life in the covenant with God.
The Lord's Supper was given for our spiritual nourishment, but how must we see Christ's presence at the Lord's Supper? It also looks at Christ's constant faithfulness and teaches us to look to the future.
This article wants to show that baptism is all about God's sovereign grace. It looks at baptism as a sign of the covenant, and the relation between circumcision and baptism. Only the children of believers may be baptized.