What does a biblical leader look like? This article discusses three important qualities that a loving leader needs to have.
This article provides ways in which you can share the love of God through hospitality, whether at home or at church.
Christians have been set free from the bondage of sin through faith in Christ. However, our Christian freedom does have restraints. This article show that the Bible teaches a wise and proper way of enjoying our Christian liberty. 1 Corinthians 6:12 and 1 Corinthians 10:23-24 are brought into the discussion for consideration.
This article provides clear biblical encouragement and advice to believers who struggle with doubt.
Small groups play a role in the life of some churches. Here are ten benefits of such groups.
Does the church have an obligation toward the poor? To answer this question one must define what poverty is, which is this article's starting point. It explains that poverty is about both the poor and the rich. It then highlights three things the church cannot ignore in relation to poverty.
This book discusses the identity, authority, mission and ecumenicity of the church. This chapter focuses on the identity of the church. The author maintains that one cannot think about the church without thinking about Christ, and one cannot confess faith in Christ without being a member of the church.
This article share some guidelines for effective group Bible study; namely: keep the Bible first, use the creeds, plan, prepare, take notes, work as a group, and apply the word. Page 8.
Church history should be part of the devotional life of a Christian. Through church history we see the sovereignty of God, learn to talk about the biblical teaching, recognize heresies, remain rooted, understand church practices, and live courageously for Christ.