First, everything we do must be authorized by the Scriptures (Colossians 3:17). In the first century A.D., Christians usually met in another Christian's home for the worship assembly and/or for a meal (Acts 2:46; 20:8-11; Acts 14:12; Romans 16:5; Colossians 4:15).Read More
May some Christians get up during the worship assembly and begin preparing for a fellowship meal that will occur after the worship time has ended? To answer this question, let us consider some biblical principles:Read More
In this video we address the question: "Should a woman pray in the presence of a Christian man?" This video Q & A addresses the important question of a woman's role in worship as it relates to prayer. New Testament references are given to support the answer from Scripture as well as for the idividual to study on their own.Read More
1) The Bible draws a clear distinction between secular songs/music and spiritual songs/music, Ephesians 5:18-21; Colossians 3:16-17 (these passages emphasize the spiritual aspect of these songs)Read More
Major Premise: All authorized and specified acts of New Testament church worship are actions which may have subordinate expedients (aids) authorized by God.
Minor Premise: "Singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord" is an authorized and specified act of New Testament church worship (Ephesians 5:19; Colossians 3:16)Read More
Must We Partake of The Lord’s Supper Only In The Evening?