Scattered in Church, But Unified in the Home


We have an enormous problem around what is called the church. I’m talking about a fundamental aspect of our relationship with God and ministerial responsibility. A problem that Jesus fixed when he first came some 2,000 years ago. But for many years now, we have broken it once more within church organizations. Let’s step back … Read more

The Church is God’s Chosen People

Tabernacle of David

God has always had his particular people, that he has called to belong to him, and serve him. This is the way man was created from the beginning. But because man fell, ever since, God has had to deliver, cleanse, and separate his people to himself, over and over again throughout history. God called and … Read more

The Church is the Bride of Christ

The relationship between God and his people was described as a marriage even in the Old Testament. God was described as always faithful. But too often his people were unfaithful in that relationship. “For thy Maker is thine husband; the Lord of hosts is his name; and thy Redeemer the Holy One of Israel; The … Read more

Church – a Called Out Assembly to God

The notion of “church” today is a very confused concept. When most people think of church, they think of a particular place in their mind where people gather. Or they think of a specific type of organization. Almost no one principally associates church with a specific and individualized calling on their life. For some it … Read more

The Church is the Body of Christ

Jesus Teaching

Christ is the head of the church, because he purchased it with his own blood. Jesus paid full price for the church, consequently he owns it outright, and deserves to have full control over it, in everything. “Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the flock, over the which the Holy Ghost hath made … Read more

Offerings Given for the Lord’s Work

Offering in a basket

The first recorded offerings to the Lord were always freewill offerings. Even the tithe of Abraham to Melchizedek, and the tithe of Jacob, were freewill offerings. And these all took place hundreds of years before the Law of Moses. Now, according to the Law of Moses: Only free will offerings were allowed to be used … Read more