Being a part of a local church means being committed to the Gospel. Do you believe it? Do you share it?
Christian generosity should not be circumstantial, compulsory, or compartmentalized.
Spiritual growth is not about the pursuit of self-sufficiency. It is about the pursuit of Christ and expressing constant dependence on Him.
God gives us spiritual gifts, not for our glory or benefit, but His glory and the benefit of the body of Christ.
Biblical submission enables us to experiences the full blessings of our relationships, including those in the local church.
Since disunity is a constant threat to the mission of the local church, one of the most important things you can do is help maintain a spirit of unity for the sake of advancing the Gospel.
One of the primary activities of the local church is to be prayer—for each other and for its pastors.
Corporate worship allows us to encourage one another through the Word and through song.
Obedience results in sanctification and, in the local church setting, this is a group effort.
Salvation is a personal matter of faith; however, God intends you to live out that faith within a community called the church.