Thanksgiving 2009 #6

Today I am thankful that God saw fit to get us tickets to secret church and that our children will be taken care of while we attend.  I have been so blessed and challenged by Dr. Platt‘s sermons; I’m really looking forward to what God’s going to do through the preaching of His word.

What is Secret Church?

When we think of “church” in America, we think of going to meet at a building, singing, praying and hearing a message from a Pastor or teacher. But in many places around the world, “church” meets in a home, an apartment, even in secret. These small groups of Christ-followers often meet for many hours in study, prayer and fellowship, as it is dangerous to travel to “church” and they want to make the most of their time together.

Secret Church is our “house church,” where we meet periodically for an intense time of Bible study–lasting 4-6 hours–and prayer for our persecuted brothers and sisters across the globe. This is not for the uncommitted or faint at heart. But if you desire to know God more deeply through His Word, and know His Church more fully around the world, then please join us for Secret Church.

God will use this focused time of study to enrich our knowledge of His Word as we gain understanding of the state of His Church and our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. The objective of Secret Church is for you to pass along what you learn to others, so that you can make disciples of Christ–both locally and globally.

3 Comments on “Thanksgiving 2009 #6

  1. I have never heard of that here in the USA, but what an impact that must be to really deliberate on what some believers must do to worship. May it be precious study and worship time.


  2. This caught my eye, too. I've not heard of the concept over here, but what a neat idea. I pray the implications are far-reaching. With God, all things are possible. Thanks for sharing.


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