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Churches in the United States come in all different types of shapes and sizes...small, medium, large, megachurch, traditional, contemporary, mainline denominations, non-denominational, and even churches that are part of a denomination but choose to avoid mentioning their denomination affiliation in either their name or on their sign out front (personally, just tell us who you really are).  But, what about believers who live in countries where they don't have access to a safe, solid, bible-believing church?  For believers in India, TWR has developed a church model where 10 believers form a listening group.  TWR's Ruth Philip explains the concept...

Click here for a link to TWR-India


(Photo of women in India)