Inremembranceofme
In Remembrance of Me
A Manual on Observing the Lord's Supper
Author: Jim Henry

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Highlights

  • An authoritative guide to serving the Lord's Supper; How, When, Where and Who

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The Lord's Supper is one of the most sacred moments of the practicing Christian; it is also one of the most debated. How often should it be offered? Who is eligible to partake? In Remembrance of Me clears up much of the confusion surrounding the proper practices of this the supper and elevates communion to its rightful place of importance. A valuable manual for pastors and laymen alike, this book first studies the biblical precedent, then offers practical suggestions for congregations wishing to conform their worship service to the glorious will of God.

In Remembrance of Me presents complete details of the ceremony from the start to finish, and explains which components are essential and which are merely interpretive. It also suggests other forums outside the sanctuary where Holy Communion can be observed. A valuable manual for pastors and laymen alike, this book underscores the biblical precedent, then offers practical suggestions for congregations seeking to conform their worship service to the will of God.

About the Author
Jim Henry has held many positions of leadership including President of the Southern Baptist Convention from 1994-1996. Jim Henry served as Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Orlando from September 1977 to March 2006, when he retired and was given the honorary title of Pastor Emeritus. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, "Brother Jim" is a graduate of Georgetown College in Kentucky and earned his B.D., M. Div. Degree from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He also pastored churches in Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee.