There’s something about sharing a meal that draws people together. A shared meal is a picture of unity as each person at the table is strengthened with the same food. At a House Church meeting, you’ll break bread (or burritos) together each week to slow down and enjoy one another.
A large portion of our time in House Church is devoted to praying for and with each other. This is one of the best way to share your joys and struggles with your family in Christ. We often find that prayer for one another within the House Church spills over into prayer throughout the week.
On Sunday mornings, we preach the Bible sentence-by-sentence, praying that God would take ground in your heart through the power of the Gospel. However, unless this air war is followed by occupying boots on the ground, it’s hard to keep the ground that is won. In House Churches, our goal is to occupy this territory in community with application-focused, response-centered sermon discussion.
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