Bible Classes Should Be Bible Classes

Bible Classes Should Be Bible Classes

Approaches to worship assemblies and Bible studies changed dramatically in the 1980s and 1990s. Churches of all kinds turned to entertaining performances to draw crowds. They succeeded—for a while. Places of worship became more like concerts, theaters, circuses and...
Who Will You Call?

Who Will You Call?

Have you ever considered why congregations encourage and receive public responses, usually at the close of lessons preached or taught? Some say the extending of the invitation comes from a denominational practice, but that would be difficult to prove. Some form of...
All in One

All in One

Generally speaking, one verse of scripture does not answer all. There certainly are exceptions to that rule, and one comes in the records of the founding of the church of Christ. God has always given good instruction to the sincere follower; “good doctrine” to sustain...
Things No Man Can Destroy

Things No Man Can Destroy

The church. The church is the “kingdom which shall never be destroyed” that “shall stand forever” (Dan. 2:44). Jesus said, “The gates of Hades shall not prevail against it” (Matt. 16:18). Mighty nations have fallen since the church began, but the Lord’s people...
A Special Day

A Special Day

The word of God authorizes by what it says. This is understood by the way your boss authorizes. When the boss sends an employee to purchase a specific part, that eliminates all other parts or purchases. Most understand this principle in the working world, but move...

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