In Christian theology, we use the word “ecclesiology” to refer to the study of the Church. This study includes areas like the origins of Christianity, the Church’s relationship to Jesus, its role in salvation, its polity, its discipline, its eschatology (how we view the time of the end), and its leadership. Each of these areas is important and worthy of consideration. But have you ever studied the importance of “kissing” in church? No? You’ll want to join us on Saturday, August 5, as Pastor Chad shares a sermon message that examines the meaning and appeal made by both Peter and Paul; that the church family should be a kissing family.