Tag Archives: Fellowship

Day 26: New Wineskins: How To Have Church at Your House

What are the advantages of the Acts Church model? What impact does the small-group dynamic have on discipleship? Why does the “traditional” church model so often fail to address the needs of the destitute, the hurting, and those of new believers? And why is the Biblical model of Church fellowship able to succeed where traditional church models fail?

Join Monica Dennington and Denny Sheafer as they go straight to the Bible to show you “How To Have Church At Your House”.

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Day 21: Bridging The Gap: Demolishing Divisions In The Church

How does Jesus establish unity in The Church? What does it mean that every mountain must be humbled and every valley exalted? What shocking statements does Jesus make, through his words and actions, about who can be included in our fellowship? And how can we be sure not to receive a rebuke from Jesus for excluding the wrong people?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to allow God’s Word to demolish every division between you and the other members of the Body of Christ.

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Day 8: Devoted Disciples: How To Fellowship Like The Acts Church

What is the difference between the way that the Acts Church did their fellowship and the way that we do it today? Is it impossible to live such radically generous lives in the 21st century? Or has God called you to walk in that same power in 2011?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to show you how to take the first practical steps toward becoming the Acts Church in the end-times.

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Is Wisdom Banned From Your Pulpit?

‘He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches.’ The following is a list of a few of the mainstream denominations where, as a matter of policy, wisdom has been banned. Southern Baptist Convention ( SBC ) Presbyterian Church Of America ( PCA ) Roman Catholic Church Evangelical Free […]

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Are The Poor Invited To Your Church Parties?

A Bible teaching from the book of James about how we are to treat the poor in our congregations and community.

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