Christian International Organizations 

In the early church, the discipline concerned four areas in which there arose violations of the demand for holiness: (1) the relationship to the pagan social milieu and the forms of life and culture connected with it (e.g., idolatry, the emperor’s cult, the theatre, and the circus); (2) the relationship of the sexes within the Christian community (e.g., rejection of polygamy, prostitution, pederasty, sodomy, and obscene literature and art); (3) other offenses against the community, especially murder and property crimes of all kinds; and (4) the relationship to teachers of false doctrine, false prophets, and heretics.


Attainment of the church’s demand for Holiness was made more difficult in the large cities, especially in reference to sexual purity


In the early 21st century, church discipline, in the original spiritual sense of voluntary self-control, is practiced only in smaller communities of evangelical Christians, in which the ideal of the holiness of the community is still maintained and in which the mutual, personal bond of the congregational members in the spirit of Christian fellowship still allows a meaningful realization of a church discipline. It is also practiced in churches in developing nations where the practice of church discipline still appears as a vitally necessary center of the credible self-representation of the Christian community.

Types of Christian organizations 

  1. Methodism
  2. Lutheran
  3. Baptist
  4. Oriental Orthodox Church
  5. Adventism
  6. Eastern Orthodox Church
  7. The Salvation Army
  8. Seventh-day Adventist church
  9. Anglican communion
  10. Christian church
  11. Alliance of Baptists
  12. Southern Baptist convention
  13. American Baptist Church (USA)
  14. Alamo Christian church
  15. Anglican Church

Church membership is down in the two largest Christian denominations – The Southern Baptist Convention and the Roman Catholic Church.

Benefits of church organizations 


1. Friendships

Most friendships developed through a connection to a church family. Whether it was people Known through church as a child or the parents of children kids played with or friends made belonging to varies church activities – most of the current relationships are tied to that church anchor.


2. Opportunities to Make a Difference

One of the biggest benefits of church membership is its collective resource that provides opportunities to help others and make a difference.


3. Accountability

Belonging to a church provides a level of accountability for its members. Members that receive good biblical teaching learn to make good decisions, are held accountable by just showing up and being reminded of their core beliefs.


4. Sense of Community

Belonging to a church body provides interactions with other people and creates a social community.


5. Personal Development

Most Christians are on a journey of personal, spiritual and ethical development.


6. Social Events

One of the many perks of being part of a church body is the availability of social events and interactions with others.

Read Also The Islam International Organizations.

The Hindu International Organizations.

External References.

Directory of charities and non-profit organizations.

Top 10 Christian Organizations in the world.


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