And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart.
Meeting in a House Church is nothing new to the New Testament pattern of fellowship. Here, in the Book of Acts, we read Scripture where the Apostles met daily: breaking bread, praying for one another, preaching/teaching the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.
i think what I like the most about the House Church is what the Apostle Paul conveyed, in Acts 2:44, " And all who believed were together and had all things in common."
-House to House Fellowship
-Developing the Secret Place
-Face to Face Fellowship
- Online Learning at your own pace
-Visionary, Sister Lara
"What does it mean to have all things in common" in a House Church setting according to the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ?
Well, to begin with it simply means, "If I come to your house and I have two beds and you need one, we should give and see to it, you have one too." Or, "If I come to your house and we have communion, breaking bread together, we share in the like faith of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.
House Church settings are unique because, "You fellowship face to face, not back to back." At the same time, "Community is built upon and around the Word of God and relationship building for fellowship."
If someone has a song, let them sing. If someone has a testimony, let them share.
If you would like to learn more about House Church Meetings, simply use the contact form or register in our beautiful Campus today. When you do, in your profile set up, share your interest in a House Church Meeting. Sister Lara will personally answer any questions you have.
Matthew 10:27, "What I tell you in secret say to the light and that which is whispered in your ears proclaim upon the roof tops."