Sermons tagged #Homechurch
Pastor Gary Hunt, Jr. concluding the message titled "Why You Should Go To Church Here". Too often we attend the church that is closest to where we live, or closest to the way we want to live. The truth is a Biblical church is important to your growth as a Christian.
'And in those days Peter stood up in the midst of the disciples, and said… Men and brethren, this scripture must needs have been fulfilled, which the Holy Ghost by the mouth of David spake before concerning Judas, which was guide to them that took Jesus. For he was numbered with us, and had obtained part of this ministry.' Acts 1.15
Why House Church? Faith Debate: October 10th, 2021 News Radio 930 WFMD in Frederick, Maryland This week's episode features three house church pastors tackling some of the potential pitfalls of the house church movement. In upcoming shows the advantages, practices, and structure of various house church models will be addressed. This is Part One of a five-part series on this topic. All five of these shows were recorded while streaming on Facebook Live, and that full video is now available on the Household of Faith in Christ YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jl9aAqOploA. The panel: Troy Skinner. Pastor, Household of Faith in Christ. David Forsee. Pastor, The Church That Meets at David's House. Daniel Razvi. Pastor, The Church That Meets at Imran's House. www.householdoffaithinchrist.com
The Positives and Negatives of House Churches Program Air Date: Sunday, December 29th, 2019 – 9am News Radio 930 WFMD in Frederick, Maryland With a seemingly increased number of American Christians choosing to attend house churches (as opposed to attending big traditional churches), what are the consequences of their choice? In other words, by being involved with a house church, what do they gain that's good? What do they gain that's bad? What do they unfortunately lose? What do they lose that they are glad to have lost? The panel: Troy Skinner. Host, The Faith Debate Jonathan Switzer. Founder, Crossed Bridges David Forsee. Church Planter, a new house church www.householdoffaithinchrist.com
Is the House Church Movement Unique to a Particular Branch of Christianity? Program Air Date: Sunday, December 22nd, 2019 – 9am News Radio 930 WFMD in Frederick, Maryland As more and more small house churches begin to dot the American church landscape, is there a particular "flavor" of Christianity that's leading the charge? For example, are Charismatic Christians more likely to prefer a house church? Or is it more about general cultural perspectives, perhaps similar to what stands behind the homeschooling movement? The panel: Troy Skinner. Host, The Faith Debate. Jonathan Switzer. Founder, Crossed Bridges in Frederick. David Forsee. Church Planter, a new Frederick house church. www.householdoffaithinchrist.com
Why House Church? Program Air Date: Sunday, December 15th, 2019 – 9am News Radio 930 WFMD in Frederick, Maryland More and more people are leaving big traditional churches in favor of churches that meet in a living room. These are not merely church planters with dreams of one day growing into a big traditional church. These are church planters who intend to keep their churches meeting in living rooms forever. What is the motivation that lies behind pursuing this idea? The panel: Troy Skinner. Host, The Faith Debate Jonathan Switzer. Founder, Crossed Bridges David Forsee. Church Planter, a new Frederick house church www.householdoffaithinchrist.com
The Pew Forum released a study last week, pointing out that the Christian faith is dying in America. Since 1970, the younger generation is dropping out of the Christian church, and America follows directly in the path of Europe. Children are not following in the faith of their parents. But a new kind of church is forming in America that promises to address the 80% problem (where 80% of children from Christian families walk away from the faith.) These churches are reviving generational continuity, fatherhood, home discipleship, and shepherding. In short, they are bringing relationships back in a cold, institutionalized, programmic world. In this edition of Generations, Pastors Henry Reyenga and Dave Feddes talk about the development of home discipleship churches in the state of Illiniois, and how this is radically changing the heart of the church in one state.