This article explains the Family-Integrated Church movement. Prominent within the homeschooling community, the movement promotes discarding church activities, services, and programs that physically separate children from parents. The author evaluates the movement and its claim that all age-segregated approaches in the church are unbiblical, even evolutionary, to see if it is biblically founded.
How often should the Lord's Supper be celebrated? Should churches have weekly communion? This thesis considers the subject of the frequency of the Lord's Supper, arguing that it should be practiced less than weekly. The author offers an outline of the historical practice of the church (particularly the Westminster tradition), then explores the doctrine of the sacrament and worship in order to prove his thesis.