Three things biblical unity is not.
When we’re standing before the throne, what battles will we look back on and be proud we fought?
“I’ve been in the St. Louis area all my life, and have never seen this happen,” St. Louis Metro Baptist Association then-director of missions Jim Breeden said. “I’ve never seen a church split reconnect . . . but it was clear from the first meeting that it was of God.”
Unity is not a guaranteed byproduct of diversity. It must be pursued.
In this roundtable discussion, Julius Kim, Darryl Williamson, and Ryan Kelly discuss the questions to ask before partnering with churches of different theological convictions.