When Your Church Goes Home
ABOUT THE BOOK
As many of us have known it, church has been disrupted. This has been a challenging experience, but rather than returning to church-as-usual, what are the opportunities to re-imagining church in our homes and communities?
Many people are re-discovering the possibilities of church at home, worshipping and serving households of faith. So how can we ensure faithfulness, sustainability and witness when the church goes home?
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In When Your Churches Goes Home Peter Roennfeldt draws on his extensive biblical research, travel in Bible lands, and experience in equipping and supporting church planters around the world. Peter’s book is succinct, refreshing, stimulating and practical, and I recommend it to all interested in multiplying simple, relational, biblical and reproducible disciple-making gatherings or ‘households of faith.
Phil BrownOikos Australia Director (disciple making and simple church networks).
What is church? is a vital question. When answered with simplicity and clarity it sets people free—which is what this book does. It is not so much about doing church in a different place, but being church in a different way. It’s super relational where everyone is important and has a part to play. And it is not all theory! Peter gets very practical in this book—providing many how to’s for churches of all shapes and sizes.
The vision of homes filled with the gospel and sharing faith through their social networks gives large faith based hospitals a model for scaling mission and facilitating the gospel commission in their communities.
Christina HawkinsMission Integration, Adventist Healthcare
Peter Roennfeldt has provided us with a practical guide to being and doing church at home. If you are wondering how to get started and what obstacles may need to be overcome, read and discuss this book with your team! It will arm you with excellent tools giving expression to biblical patterns to be and do church wherever you are – and, partnering with the Holy Spirit in a growing network of disciples and churches.
David MilneCrosslink Australia
In his characteristically fresh and accessible style, Peter Roennfeldt offers a compelling case for how ‘households of faith’ could function in the new era of restricted gatherings and movements. Grab some friends, commit to the Great Commission and watch God’s kingdom become tangible.
Nicu DumbravaDiscipleship Team Leader, Australia