The Church Without Walls International
Not that we would have dominion over your faith, but rather are helpers of your joy, for by your own faith you stand (II Cor 1:24) We believe the practice of home based churches as depicted in the book of Acts and Paul’s letters is normal Christianity. These churches revolve around friends, neighbors, and co-workers meeting regularly for the purpose of growing in Christ and letting the Lord’s will be done in their midst.
A World Wide House Church Network
“See what I see: People running to and fro to this meeting and that, looking for the spectacular, thinking that is supernatural. But they miss the supernatural work in their midst, even in their heart. For the process of discipleship is supernatural.” – Jesus to John in a February, 2001 visitation
April 22-24 2016- Conference in the Netherlands
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David; King in Exile, is the 3rd of a 3 part series looking at the Psalms David wrote at various events in his life. In this series we see the anguish of a father whose son turns against him, and the Psalms where he wrestled with wanting to see justice yet wanting his son saved. We see the intrigue of David's family life and Bathsheba's grandfather, David's closest advisor, and we see victorious David reclaiming his kingdom and purchasing the hill top that would become the Temple Mount, the place of Solomon's temple. And finally, at the end of his life David's Psalms are reflective, looking to God as the Creator to whom he will soon go, and the recounting of God's faithfulness to him down through the years. For anyone who loves someone who isn't walking with the Lord, to one reflecting on God's faithfulness, this series will inspire you!
In David the King we look at the Psalms he wrote after King Saul died, but before David's son Absalom rebelled against him and sent him into exile. The Psalms take on a different tone than in part 1 of the series, and include prophecy about Jesus, because during this peaceful time in his life he is able to focus on worship and the goodness of the Lord. We look at his Psalm that was shouted at Jesus on Palm Sunday, and the Hallel, which Jesus and the disciples sung on the night He was betrayed, and its prophecy. The series also looks at the Psalm David wrote when he was confronted about his affair with Bathsheba. David the King gives wonderful insight into the tenderness of the heart of David, his heart for his son, Solomon, and so much more!
Practicing the Biblical Pattern of Home Based Church
God invented church in the home in the Garden of Eden. The New Testament was written by people doing church in the home to people doing church in the home, about issues related to church in the home. We teach, practice and celebrate church in the home as they did, with amazing, spiritually rich and fulfilling results. Join us!