During this six-week course, Nathan Wagnon will give you a deeper appreciation for Jesus as we examine the context, claims, works, message, death, and resurrection of the greatest life ever lived.
Some assemblies have a conventional leadership structure; others have none. A commonly held belief in the modern-day house church „movement“ is that the Protestant Reformation did not go far enough to demonstrate a New Testament belief in the „priesthood of all believers“ and that Jesus Christ alone is the Head of the Church, and the believers the body. The absence of hierarchical leadership structures in many house churches, while often viewed by the Protestant church at large as a sign of anarchy or rebelliousness to authority, is viewed by many in the house church movement to be the most viable way to come under true spiritual authority of love, relationships, and the visible dominion of Jesus Christ as Head of his own bride (i.e. the church). This does not mean that they reject all leadership, however.