Unity in Diversity
We may not wear shirts emblazoned with the words “I’m a Christian!” But there are ways to let people know we follow Christ. It’s a discussion on unity.
You’ll find that even in a healthy marriage, husbands and wives can butt heads. And if we’re not careful, those conflicts can cause a lot of trauma in the family. Let's apply some marriage principles to our relationships with other followers of Christ.
Even in the early church, men and women had different opinions about how their faith should be lived out in their day-to-day lives. Let's study Romans chapter 14.
There are some differences of opinion that could tear a community apart. Let's look at a disagreement that arose in the early church over the food they had to eat.
If you’ve ever disagreed with someone in your church about a serious issue, you know the conversations can escalate into full-blown conflict! So how do we relate well to other Christians during a dispute?
In spite of our hang-ups, quirks, and blatant flaws, God welcomed us into His family with open arms! Our study in Romans 14 continues.
When an issue is debated in church, we are quick to explain our convictions. But are we just as fast to stand up for unity? Let's discuss why it’s often easier to focus on our Christian differences rather than on Christlike harmony.
It can be easy to judge someone with a different view from our own. And if we’re not careful, our words and the labels we assign to those people can cause serious damage.
Over the decades, football Sunday has become a national affair. But when we watch sports on a Sunday, does that mean we’re lessening the value of it being the Lord’s Day?
There are countless issues we face daily that the Bible does not address. But even when God’s Word doesn’t speak into our exact situation, it still provides guidelines to help us find our way! Our study in Romans 14 continues.