Health concerns are causing congregations to re-imagine how they partake the Lord’s Supper. Different congregations approach it differently, but we ought to be mindful of several points.
All believers understand that nothing happens outside of God’s governing. However, within God’s governing, he causes some things and permits others.
We have the certain knowledge that one day we will give an account of our lives to the Lord. That should motivate us to be faithful in obeying His commands in every area of our lives.
The apostle Paul exhorted Christians in Romans 13 to obey the government as God's "deacon," or servant, who punishes evil and upholds the good.
Some say Halloween is the "devil's night" and refuse to participate or let their children participate. Others say it's a harmless night of fun and see no problem with it.
Laity Day serves to highlight those individuals within the body of Christ whose place or service is not defined as the ministry of preaching and/or pastoring.
TALLADEGA -- Greater Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, 601 Scott St., Talladega, will hold a pastor’s 13th anniversary parade for pastor Anthony G. McKinney and first lady Regina McKinney on Sunday, Oct. 18, at 11 a.m. Decorate your vehicle and meet us at Eastside School at 10:45 to line up.
Christianity has changed over the last 30 years. There are major questions between confessing believers. Many do not understand the basic Bible doctrines that are fundamental to the New Testament Church.
Our nation is strong in part because we’ve had the constitutional framework of the First Amendment granting rights we didn’t believe we had as British colonists.
Paul was no hypocrite. He didn’t tell people what they wanted to hear in the moment. Many do that in our day.
I’ve heard a number of stories over the years from people who were angry with someone in their church. And often the explanations seem so inconsequential.
We must prepare people for the coming of Christ. Many are content to see people do better, and that is wonderful, but every person must come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.
The 2020 “Always Rejoice”! convention program resumes streaming at jw.org this week for its concluding session, which will be highlighted by the feature film, “Nehemiah: The Joy of Jehovah is Your Stronghold - Part 2.”