At the end of his ministry, Jesus commanded his disciples to go out into the world and baptize people in the name of the father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:18-20). Baptism is […]
What this is saying is that we have one body but our body has many parts to it.
An American missionary, John Allen Chau lost his life on a remote island off the coast of India last week.
Chau attempted going to the island and the Sentinelese shot arrows at him, forcing Chau to flee. But he returned again, tragically losing his life.
I’m conflicted about this story. It is certainly very unfortunate that this man lost his life. I appreciate that he had a desire to go somewhere and share the love of Jesus with people who didn’t know it.
Recently, Ligonier Ministries and Lifeway Research released their “State of Theology” survey. In the study, 3,000 American Christians were surveyed on various theological and moral positions.
58% of respondents agreed with the statement “Worshipping alone or with one’s family is a valid replacement for regularly attending church.”
It’s one thing for a non-Christian to believe that. But for Christians?! The Christian life is not a solo sport. There are several reasons why worshipping and involvement in a local church is essential to our Spiritual growth and to Christian living.