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In the modern times, church discipline is looked upon as unloving. Has this been the view throughout church history? The answer is: No. Throughout church history, church discipline has been viewed as a vitally important part of a biblical church.
Come and hear Dan Ford at the Church Discipline Conference, who will be walking us through church history to give us a glimpse of how the church has handled this issue. If you would like more information, or would like to register, please go to the events page for the Church Discipline Conference. I hope to see you there!
During a Baptist21 panel discussion at the Southern Baptist Convention, Dr. Albert Mohler speaks on an important matter of church structure and programming when fielding a question on whether we should have special groups for recovering...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
As we grapple with how to respond to the recent shifts regarding homosexuality in our nation and around the world, there is something that we need to recognize about this issue and why it is being put forward. We cannot understand the heart of the...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The next chapter in the confession is titled, “Of Effectual Calling,” and it is a logical sequel to the last chapter on free will. If you remember, we learned in the last chapter that man in his unregenerate state has totally lost, as...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
We affirm that the biblical doctrine, principles and precepts that God has revealed in His Word for corporate, family, and individual worship and discipleship are sufficient for knowing how to worship God in a manner acceptable to Him and for the...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Here is a short clip from Dr. Richard D. Phillips titled, "Holiness & Self-Righteousness?" It is often said in modern Christendom that to focus on holiness and obedience to God leads to self-righteousness. Dr. Phillips shows that this is far...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
We affirm that local churches are spiritual households of faith, and that congregations of the visible church include individuals and family units that should be cared for and strengthened by the church to fulfill their God ordained roles, not...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The NCFIC maintains an online network called the, "FIC Network.” In order to be listed, these churches must indicate that they fully or substantially embrace the "Declaration for the Complementary Roles of Church and Family.” The...[ abbreviated | read entire ]