"Stand Fast in the Faith"

"Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit you like men, be strong. Let all your things be done with charity" (1 Cor. 16:13, 14).

Herein lies the key to victorious and fruitful service. What was needful for the Corinthians to serve the Lord aright is also required of us. We should give careful heed to these brief, yet blessed, commands.

The Church Adrift

[The following article was written in 1946 by Nye J. Langmade who was serving as the president of the Midwest Bible and Missionary Institute. The opening paragraph of this article could have been written today. It is a perfect picture of the compromised and apathetic church in the 21st century. The author does an excellent job of providing God's answer for a drifting church—an answer that must be embraced by all true believers today. —MDC]

The Church Adrift—by Nye J. Langmade

"Be Ready Always To Give An Answer"

What Does The Bible Say?

Pastors Matt and Gary discuss the biblical approach to apologetics, particularly what it means to "be ready always to give an answer."

1 Peter 3:14-16

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A Brief Survey of Some of the Problems of Reformed Theology

[The following article by George Zeller of Middletown Bible Church in Middletown, CT, is an excellent and concise treatement of one of the major issues facing the church today. We reproduce this article with permission and trust it will be helpful in addressing and clarifying some of the problems of Reformed Theology.]

Moving Forward: The Biblical Pattern for Christ-Honoring Ministry in 2013 and Beyond

Since the inception of the church on the day of Pentecost, Satan has attempted to destroy its purity and testimony. Yet God in His providence and sovereignty has always strengthened, protected and guided the faithful few who have continued to press forward and remain steadfast for the truth. In the first few years of the church’s existence, God visibly revealed His power and work through the church—this new organism—in several ways.

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