In Matthew 4:12-16, we see Jesus moving into Capernaum. What kind of change did He bring? How can we bring God’s blessings to our community in the same way Jesus did?
In Part 2 of this study, we consider some practices of Churches of Christ that are often considered unique by our visitors: elders leading each congregation, singing without instruments, and taking the Lord’s Supper every Sunday.
Our visitors often ask us: what is unique about the Churches of Christ? In Part 1, we consider some foundational goals of the churches of Christ: teachings on how to become a Christian, undenominational Christianity, and the place of the Bible in our faith.
Homosexuality has become an extremely divisive topic in our culture. What does our culture need to hear on this issue? What do Christians need to hear on this issue?
What is the relationship between our worship and our life? Can they be out of balance? How can they be in harmony with each other?
Jesus had the ability to see through the false choices He was offered. Today, we still need the wisdom of Jesus to see through the false choices our religious world offers us. Obedience or love and joy? Confront people or encourage people? Teach people or help people? Outreach or faithfulness?