What is a House of Peace?
A House of Peace is a place in the city where the same anointing, the same supernatural power and the same presence of God that dwells in our main church can be found. It is a center that opens to receive neighbors, relatives and friends, with the purpose of sharing the gospel of the Kingdom.
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What is PEACE?

In the Old Testament, in order to express peace, the Hebrew word Shalóm was used, which means nothing missing, nothing broken. Basically, peace is to restore a broken relationship. Peace according to the Bible is related to the ministry of reconciliation. That is why, a House of Peace is a center for the reconciliation between God and the people in that neighborhood, between parents and their children, and among the members of a family.
Who established the Houses of Peace?

Jesus was the first to establish a House of Peace. But whatever house you enter, first say, peace to this house. And if a son of peace is there, your peace will rest on it; if not, it will return to you. (Luke 10:5-6).
The apostles followed the same pattern: And daily in the temple, and in every house, they did not cease teaching and preaching Jesus the Christ. (Acts 5:42). The Houses of Peace are a fundamental part of our ministry. Week after week, thousands of people gather in our homes; this is considered our busiest church service.