Unity between churches is often a hard goal. There are a lot of things that come between the desire to have unity between two unique churches. But these problems that pop up time and again do not have to be deal-breakers when it comes to unifying the church.
We, as the body of Christ, must first understand and respect that there are various ... || Read More
Our series on the “Divine Us” seeks to analyze questions which surround the idea of unity between the body of Christians. As believers united around Christ, we sure struggle with maintaining unity across cultural and racial lines. We may not have anything against another race or culture, but we often find ourselves isolated from other ... || Read More
Our last post discussed a simple but confrontational question: Can we as Christians be unified if our churches are segregated?
The answer doesn’t appear to be positive.
Paul dealt with a similar situation in his first letter to the Corinthians. The Corinthians, though, were not divided over race but over which leader baptized them. Some were ... || Read More