A Lord’s Supper Reformation Will Lead to An Expansion of House Churches

My prediction–your milage may vary. As we read the book of Acts and the Pauline epistles, one of the things that becomes clear is that the Lord’s Supper seems to have been both pivotal and problematic for the health of the early church’s life together. It also seems to have been far different than almost … More A Lord’s Supper Reformation Will Lead to An Expansion of House Churches

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Even the Worst: Preparing for the Lord’s Supper

The church at Corinth was a basket case–maybe one of the worst churches in the Apostle Paul’s experience. They were selfish. They were snobbish. They were segregated. They were sexually perverted. They were theologically undisciplined. They were unloving. They were divisive and argumentative. They were a scandal against that which they proclaimed. With that knowledge … More Even the Worst: Preparing for the Lord’s Supper

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Kevin DeYoung: “Reformation Gave Us a Seat at the Table”

Here’s a great article on the Lord’s Supper from Kevin DeYoung (link in blue below). Whether you celebrate the Lord’s Supper every week, or once a month or once a quarter, it is a good thing to give significant thought and prayer to the next time so that we will not do what the Corinthian church did … More Kevin DeYoung: “Reformation Gave Us a Seat at the Table”

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