A Christian community, a mission base, sharing possessions.
“And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit
And spoke the Word of God boldly.
All the believers were one in heart and mind.
No one claimed that any of his possessions
was his own,
But they shared everything they had.”
As you look through the rest of this website you will see examples of how a shared life is still possible in today’s busy world.
We have a Bible School in our newly established Healing House. Pray about coming!
Part of our vision in bringing glory to our Lord Jesus Christ, is to help others to start a Christian community.
We could do this by sending you a DVD called “Gather Together”.
This video contains testimony of how we started, and how we maintain our daily life.
Also we could visit you. A couple of us would come and explain how we work, and answer any questions.
We are also prepared to help other churches start a Christian School.
We remember with gratitude those who came to us to help us start, both the community and the school, so we are willing to do the same for others.
Before we started we visited quite a few places to learn from them. You could do that too, and you would be very welcome to have a look at how we live together, and run our school.
Our desire is that there would be a radiant church on earth when our Lord Jesus returns with those who have fallen asleep in Him.
To get in touch, please click “Contact”
Latest Posts From Drury Church
In this video we have taken clips from others videos on You tube to give a complete picture of the process to make white sugar, the dangers of this highly processed food being added to about 80% of what we eat, and the alternative of how to make unrefined sugar syrup which still has all the natural goodness in it.
A thirty minute video showing from the Bible that the Church will go through the tribulation and how she can prepare for this.
This is a good video to watch to see what Jesus taught about
defending ourselves by force.
God has been speaking to us about avoiding vain religious practice. It is easy to be religious in any church where you meet together often, and just do the familiar thing without any desire or passion about your love for God, or for one another. It is easy to become “flabby” in our faith “muscles”, and to attend the meetings without any preparation. The result is an expectation that someone else will prepare something, and so we become lazy and critical with what the one who does make something happen, has prepared. We are eager to be a lively body each time we meet together, and to be listening to the Holy Spirit.
This gives God the opportunity to meet the needs of those who are present and those for whom He wants us to interceed.