Many contemporary believers are t grounded in truth. Therefore, they move from fad to fad looking for self-fulfillment or some experience that will help them igre the realities of life and their own need to grow up in Christ-in a corporate body. In order to accommodate the consumer motive, many churches move away from solid, biblical principles in order to attract such people. This book is t about that. It calls for study, thinking and adjusting to truth. Instead of, how does my church fit me, Larry tells us how to fit into the church and how to grow with it through understanding covenant, giving, grace, government and humility. This is classic Christian theology and ecclesiology. - Charles Simpson
Larry Grainger is the Senior Pastor at Abundant Life Church in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. He and his wife, Anne have four sons: Jason, Adam, Nate, and Jonathan. Originally from Panama City, Florida, they have been residents of Middle Tennessee for over twenty years.