1. We pursue the recovery of the first century church’s faith community.
We strive to revive structures, activities (Acts 2:42), ministry methods (Acts 2:46-47), and leadership styles (Matthew 20:26-27) of the church in the New Testament.
2. Our priorities focus on saving the lost over church growth.
We believe that God desires all people to be saved and come to a knowledge of the truth (1 Timothy 2:4).
3. We believe that the goal of the Church is to witness to nonbelievers to make disciples.
Because that is why the Lord established the Church (Matthew 28:19-20).
4. We use the following disciple training methods:
5. We focus on recovering the original tasks of both pastor and layman.
A pastor focuses on equipping the saints (Ephesians 4:11-12a), praying, preaching (Acts 6:2-4), and being an effective leader (Acts 20:28). A layman, on the other hand, focuses on shepherding the members and establishing the Church (Ephesians 4:12b).
6. We are not cell groups or small groups. We pursue after establishing a biblical New Testament church.
In order to help House Church become a basic New Testament community, we are committed to the following – we meet every week (Acts 20:7); men and women meet together (Romans 16:3-5); and believers and nonbelievers meet together (1 Corinthians 14:23-25).