I’m reposting this article from October 2013 because I needed to be reminded of these points.
Don’t make waves. Don’t ruffle anyone’s feathers. … 778 more words
I’ve said more than once that I’ve been spoiled. I’ve spent the bulk of my adult life in one Bible-believing church. Without a doubt, the teaching I received there and what I’ve learned from regular time in God’s word are the causes for any spiritual growth in my life. 1,198 more words
During Jesus’s early ministry, He took a lot of criticism from the Pharisees, particularly about the company He kept—sinners and prostitutes and tax collectors. Today those who like to criticize the church, some inside the church and some without, seem to relish this accusation, repeating it as if Christ’s interaction with the non-religious of His day is a blueprint for how Christians today are to live. 584 more words
“The Church’s One Foundation” is an old hymn of the Christian faith penned by Samuel John Stone.
Written specifically to counter a false teaching that was creating schisms in the church in South Africa, this and a series of eleven others were designed to reinforce the Apostle’s Creed. 644 more words