Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity! (Psalm 133:1)
God loves a unified church. Through the death and resurrection of Jesus, “people from every tribe and language and people and nation” have been brought into the family of God (Revelation 5:9). Although distinct and diverse in many ways, all of God’s people are adopted into His family by grace through faith. The people of God are united because of this Good News.
We live in a time where the reflection of this unity between followers of Jesus is being challenged on multiple fronts. Whether it’s how followers of Jesus respond to government mandates on church gatherings or personal social practices and convictions, it’s sadly all too common for arguments to erupt between brothers and sisters in Christ. This does not mean that Christians should have the same opinions on every topic, which is uniformity. But rather even in the differences of views and opinions on current circumstances, they should engage with one another in humility, patience and good listening.
We have a unique opportunity in these times difficult times to beautifully reflect the unity of the Church to a broken world by the way we love one another in the differences and through the differences. Come join us today in-person or online as we unify around treasuring and celebrating the Gospel.