The church at Corinth was adversely affected by the immoral environment found in the city. Pride caused division and disruption in the services. Immorality and immodesty surfaced. Brethren were taking each other before the heathen courts instead of working issues out among themselves. There were questions about marriage, meats sacrificed to idols, women praying and prophesying with heads uncovered, abusing the Lord's Supper, the use of spiritual gifts, the resurrection, and collection. The church was one beset with problems and questions that needed to be answered. Does this sound like any congregation you know? Paul's instruction and advice apply to Kingstown as much as they did to Corinth. Take this multimedia journey, From KINGSTOWN to CORINTH!