I’ve published another article for Examiner.com as the Raleigh Practical Christianity Examiner. The article is part of my “Sunday 101″ series, and it’s called “Sunday 101: The Sunday Morning Worship Service.”
In this article, I continue to examine some of the basic beliefs and practices concerning the church and compare them to Scripture.
As the title suggests, this article is about the prevalent practice known as the “Sunday Morning Worship Service.”
Here’s an excerpt:
For most modern churches, the Sunday morning worship service is the center of church life and the focus of the church’s week. This is true for small churches and large churches, new churches and old churches, and churches of many different denominational stripes.
Given that the Sunday morning worship service plays such an important role in the lives of Christians today, certainly we find that focus in Scripture as well, right? Well, not exactly.
Please use the link above to jump over to Examiner.com and read the entire article. It’s only about 300 words.