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How Churches Can Develop Their Young People

How Churches Can Develop Their Young People

Mark Chaves, a professor at Duke University, has written, “People in the pews are getting older.” In the 1970s, people who attended a church assembly frequently were on average three years older than the general population. In 2008, there was a five-year gap. We have...

The Church of Christ is Different

The Church of Christ is Different

Quite often, when people observe that churches of Christ do not participate in interdenominational activities, they exclaim, “The church of Christ is just different.” Let us see how the Lord’s church differs from the segments of the religious world. The church is...

Church Growth by the Gospel or by Gimmicks?

Church Growth by the Gospel or by Gimmicks?

On the first Pentecost following the resurrection of the Lord, the church of Christ exploded into existence. Under the supernatural influence of the Holy Spirit, the apostles, for the very first time, proclaimed the full facts of the gospel message — namely, that...

Ten Attributes of a Great Teacher

Ten Attributes of a Great Teacher

God’s way has always been a way of learning. It is a way of seeking to understand His laws and His will for our lives. In an attempt to influence others for righteousness, God commanded the communication or teaching of His word (Deuteronomy 6:6-9; 31:9-11). For this...

The Fallacy of Institutionalism

The Fallacy of Institutionalism

In Acts 6, a group of Christians brought an accusation against another group because their widows were not being properly cared for. It was at news of this the apostles instructed the church to select certain men from among them to tend to the physical needs of those...

Youth Groups Driving Teens to Abandon Faith

Youth Groups Driving Teens to Abandon Faith

A new study might reveal why a majority of teenagers abandon their religious beliefs upon high school graduation. Some time ago, pollster George Barna documented that 61% of today’s 20-somethings who had attended religious assemblies at one point during their teen...

People Will Fool You

People Will Fool You

In one sense, you could say Jesus loved the word “hypocrite.” But in another sense, He hated the concept because He warned of hypocrisy twenty times in the gospels. A hypocrite is an actor or one who plays a part. And the people Jesus had the greatest problem with...

Do Souls Still go to Hades at Death?

Do Souls Still go to Hades at Death?

I know of no Bible believer who would deny that some souls still go to Hades at death. After all, Hades will continue until Jesus comes again. Long after He had been resurrected and crowned “Lord and Christ” (Acts 2:36), He told John in Revelation 1:18, “I have the...

The Beginning of the Church

The Beginning of the Church

When analyzing the New Testament to determine the beginning of the church, three arguments are plainly seen. The first relates to the kingdom and the law. The kingdom was to begin and the law goes forth from Jerusalem (Isaiah 2:2-3; Luke 24:47). The law went forth on...

Look Forward to the Lord’s Day

Look Forward to the Lord’s Day

When you think about it, it really is a long way from one Sunday to the next. As busy as we are, a week seems to go by rather quickly — but spiritually there are so many temptations and difficulties and discouragements in a week’s time, we ought to be glad there are...

The Church, Which is His Body

The Church, Which is His Body

Ephesians 1:22-23 says, “And hath put all things under his feet, and gave him to be the head over all things to the church, which is his body, the fullness of him that filleth all in all.” This is a simple statement, but it reveals a wonderful point. The church is the...

What Constitutes a Strong Church

What Constitutes a Strong Church

A look at the New Testament reveals that early in the history of the Lord’s church, some congregations were not as strong as the Lord desired. While Paul’s epistle to the church in Philippi indicated that congregation to be strong and faithful, his first letter to the...

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