For a much better book on house-churches, try "Houses that change the world" by Wolfgang Simson.
This book will shake your foundation if you believe that the way we practice Christinaity in America is the Biblical pattern.
He asserts much, but doesn't argue it, or even so much as cite a verse, so the reader can check up on him.
I love this book and the refreshingly honest way Gene Edwards writes. It has stirred a passion within me to plant home churches.Published 15 months ago by JoAnne de la Gardelle
This book has had a huge impact on my life...I definately reccomend it to anyone who is interested in going back to Acts style churches.Published 17 months ago by Rachel Dowda
Gene Edwards, How to Meet in Homes (Jacksonville: Seedsowers, 1999)
Reviewed by Darren Cronshaw
Not for people who enjoy the Sunday church event, this book... Read more
Having been interested in "house churches" for some time, I purchased the book: "How to Meet in Homes. Read morePublished on September 27, 2006 by MBL
"How to Meet in Homes" is mis-titled. It should read: "Why to Meet in Homes". Edwards spends very little time talking about the "how" but a great deal of time and passion talking... Read morePublished on July 16, 2006 by Jeffrey E Ellis
The things that most struck me was the book was more "attacking" than setting up positive models. I found the language to be quite inflammatory and harsh. Read morePublished on May 17, 2006 by kleytos
In Gene Edwards' usual style, he causes you to rethink what you may believe about Christianity. He brings Christ back into the Church in this revolutionary work on being the... Read morePublished on July 22, 2005 by Dennis Moore