People are leaving institutional churches at record setting rates.
These searching souls are looking for reality and relevance.
I was raised in a typical American church. Later, God touched me in a profound way while sitting in a (different) church building. That was many years ago.
In both instances, I was clearly shown gaping holes in institutional churches: Holes that even the most committed (as I was) can easily fall through (which I did). You will be able to read about that and much more, here as time goes on.
Later I became a Pastor. For several years I thought that if I could practice a modified version of traditional “church” I could help people see the simplicity and value of being a part of it. I tried to keep it familiar enough that it wouldn’t seem foreign to the American culture yet intimate enough to be of value.
However, no matter how I tried, I was unable to definitively convey the Biblical model of “church” while remaining connected to that framework.
It’s so very important to remember that the “church” is people. It’s not a building or a corporation.
God has a whole new wineskin waiting for His people coming to us right from the book of Acts. It includes far more than just taking a large church meeting and figuring out how to duplicate it in a small group or home.
So today I minister in healing, counseling,and revivalwhile facilitating and promoting Fellowship Groups. I also consult for others who are interested in living out a Biblical lifestyle in this way.
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