Unity in the Church
Romans 14-16
September 20, 2009
New Testament Romans

In the closing chapters of the book of Romans, Paul makes a plea for unity in the church. Every church is made up of people with differences-different backgrounds, different perspectives, even different convictions about some things. We have to learn to get along and to tolerate our differences. But how much tolerance is too much? When could truth or doctrinal integrity become compromised for the sake of “unity.” That’s the subject of today’s study from Romans 14-16. Join Pastor Gary Hamrick as he answers these questions and as he shares 3 keys to unity in the church.