When should leading coworkers intervene in the administration of a local church?

Under normal conditions, a local church is entirely under the administration of local elders; the workers should not interfere. Of course, the church, especially the leading ones, should always maintain a harmonious fellowship with other churches and with the Lord’s servants. However, if a church is in serious disorder or if an accusation is made against an elder, the apostles, the leading co-workers, have the biblical ground to intervene. The following articles from Shepherding Words explain, with abundant ministry references, the proper relationship between the leading coworkers and established local churches.

The Ongoing Relationship Between the Apostles and the Local Churches

 

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