While we are being encouraged to practice social distancing, the Orangeburg church of Christ will not be meeting at our building until at least April 5. During that time, we will be producing audio and video lessons on Sunday and Wednesday. Tonight, we considered some things that we can keep in mind during these days apart.
As we think about the work that Christians are to be doing, it’s necessary that we think of how God has organized the church so that the work can be best carried out. In his wisdom, God has made Christ the head, and the church his body, and each congregation is to be organized in a specific way, with elders and deacons who lead and serve the members of the body.
With the beginning of the New Year (and following requests from members) I have decided to start recording Brother Kip Garrett’s Sunday morning Bible Class at the Orangeburg Church of Christ in Orangeburg, SC. I’ve titled this lesson Amos 1.5 because it is the first such recording I have done, but this was not the first lesson in the series. We have already had a couple of lessons, but unfortunately, I did not have recordings of those. I also apologize for any problems in the audio quality of this recording. Working with limited equipment and time only allows for so much quality to begin with and only so much editing can be done.