Yesterday we began a Bible study in our home. As it evolves, we want to keep you posted of our journey. This is a first for us. We have visited many people in their homes, in several states and even in Australia and New Zealand. What a delight when people welcomed us. We have taught in many different homes as well. Now we are doing the same in our home. Robin shared on What is our Identity in Christ in a Home Fellowship. You can read a longer version of her sharing at: Preach, Teach and Heal: The Evolution of a Christian Home Fellowship
In Summary: We are looking to learn more about Christ, as it says in Matthew 11:29, 30, Take my yoke upon you, and lean of me: for I am meed and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light. (KJV) or Keep company with me an you will live freely and lightly (Message Bible). We want to carry that yoke, in our homes, sharing, learning, researching the Bible with others. Jesus Christ taught his disciples, practical ways to have fellowship in homes. He preached, he taught, he healed and ministered in homes. See Matthew 8:14-17. He broke from tradition, where all teaching was done in the Temple on the Sabbath. After the day of Pentecost, the number of believers grew (see Acts 2:41) and they taught in the temple and from house to house.