What would you do if you were part of a local church that was aging, in an undesirable location, and occupied a building that lacked some of what could be considered modern essentials? What's more, your church is ethnically different than the surrounding community, and there is a lack of resources available to relocate. In response, it will require a fundamental change in church culture.. "A Church without Walls" has been taught in the local church, the resulting cultural shift helped to transform an invitational church philosophy, to that of a community embedded ministry. It has also been taught to pastors and leaders in developing countries who struggled with raising funds for building projects to support their expanding ministries. By creating a first century culture, the result has been a series of spiritual, financial, and ministry blessings that enable even a tiny church to make an impact for Christ on a global scale as well their local, regional, and national communities despite cultural differences. When we follow God's first century blueprint, He opens doors and creates opportunities that could not have been experienced otherwise.