Six Functions of the Church


Why do we meet together each week for worship and instruction? With a lot less bother, couldn’t we worship at home, read the Bible and listen to a sermon on the radio or the internet? In the first century, people gathered weekly to hear the Scriptures – but today we have our own copies of the Bible to read. Then why not stay at...

 

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