Line: Our Relationship with Other Christians

Those of us who meet in the local churches are fully aware that we are a small minority among the Lord’s people and that those believers not meeting with us are fully our brothers and sisters in the Lord and in His Body. We have been charged by the Lord to maintain a testimony of the viability of practical oneness, but how do we keep the oneness of the Spirit with Christians not meeting in the local churches (Eph. 4:3)? How can we maintain oneness with our fellow believers without compromising the testimony that the Lord has given to us to uphold? The articles in this series give us principles that should guide us.


One defining characteristic of the ministry in the Lord’s recovery is an absoluteness for the truth. If we are faithful to the Lord, we cannot compromise the truth. For that reason we can … Continue reading Our Attitude toward Ecumenism


Concerning the practice of the church, certain basic principles need to be understood and kept in balance. Fundamentally, the church as the unique Body of Christ is one universally and includes every believer … Continue reading Receiving All Believers but Not Different Teachings