|Home Discipleship||Vol. 72, Prg. 16–20|
January 15–19, 2007
When we think of the Great Commission, we usually think of missionaries in a foreign country. But we can fulfill the Great Commission in our own homes. This week, Michael Farris talks with pastor and author Henry Reyenga about how families can practice home discipleship.
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Henry Reyenga, a 1987 graduate of Calvin Theological Seminary, has planted four churches and served as assistant to the president of the International Ministry of the Bible League. In 2002, he founded Christian Leaders, a home discipleship ministry, under the sponsorship of Family of Faith Church in Monee, Illinois. Henry and his wife, Pam, were married in 1983 and have been home-educating their five children since 1994.
Christian Leaders plants churches that encourage home discipleship with simple Christian practices in the home-Bible reading, prayer, scripture memorization, and daily family worship. Through Christian Leaders, Henry has assisted in the planting of eight home discipleship churches so far.
For more information about planting a church or starting home discipleship in your home, visit the Christian Leaders website at homediscipleship.org.
Find out more about the growing movement of home discipleship, and gain insights to help you disciple your own children or even start a home discipleship church.
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