The church of Christ is comprised of people from every imaginable category and classification, and yet its members are expected to act as "one body" (1 Corinthians 12.12-27). How can Christians overcome the hurdles of human cooperation that paralyze so many manmade institutions? Listen as evangelist Allen Bailey instructs us on the "one another" factor!
While Christians are called to be unified as "one body" with "one faith" (Ephesians 4.4-6), sometimes we disagree on matters of liberty. How should members of the body of Christ react when faced with differences in opinion? Thankfully, the Holy Spirit has an answer! Listen as brother Allen Bailey teaches what the Scriptures have to say about Christian Liberties.
The Christian life involves a radical reorientation of the believer's lifestyle. Christ calls His followers not only to "put off the old man of sin," but also to "put on the new man" of righteous and holy living (Ephesians 4.22-24). In this lesson, evangelist Allen Bailey reminds us of the attributes that ought to characterize every Christian's life!
The Lord Jesus calls each Christian to a higher standard of living. In this first lesson of our Summer Gospel Meeting, evangelist Allen Bailey exhorts us to examine ourselves in the spiritual mirror of God's word and cut out the cancerous sins we find, so we may "present our bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God." The efficacy of our worship and the fate of our eternal souls depend on it! (Romans 12.1)
Who do YOU say the Son of Man is? Join us as we begin a new study series through the book of Hebrews! In this lesson, Haden Ayers teaches us about the Mouth, Power, Image, Mercy, and Glory of God: Jesus Christ.
What does the Bible mean when it calls the church "the body of Christ"? Deepen your understanding of the church Jesus built with this lesson from Haden Ayers.
All Christians should desire to know more about God's Word. One of the ways we are commanded to learn is by edifying one another (1 Thessalonians 5.11). We invite you to learn with us as we examine the scriptures together.