Many churches in America have declared and practice the Bible (Common Law) trust relationship with property. They do so in order to glorify and please God by honoring New Testament church doctrine. A church can practice New Testament church doctrine without a written declaration. However, should the church wish to give their tithes, offerings, and gifts to God, or meet on real estate owned by the Lord Jesus Christ (not owned by, for example, the “church” corporation), the church must declare, in writing, a Bible trust. Many churches have done so.
This page will link to posts dedicated to churches and pastor/trustees who practice New Testament church organization principles and give the names and contact information of the trustees of the Bible trust which the church established. The page is being initiated on April 12, 2022 after a discussion with a trustee of a Bible trust who worked with this ministry to organize a church and establish a Bible trust relationship with property. Others will be added as time permits. Just click the colored link to go to the webpost.