Foreword by John MacArthur.
In our individualistic society, church membership, faithful church attendance, and active service in the body of Christ are often considered optional, even among professing Christians. Some even view the organized church as a hindrance to spiritual growth and freedom.
Mack and Swavely clearly introduce us to the biblical meaning of church membership, the traits of good church, and how we are to function as parts of the body. Written for lay men and women, this book includes practical discussions of church leadership, male and female roles, worship, spiritual gifts, and confrontation, unity, and prayer.
Paperback, 277 pages.