“Bringing the world into focus
through the lens of Scripture”

First Time Here?

  1. What is Koinonia House?
  2. What can I do on this site?
  3. I like this ministry, how can I get more involved?
  4. What does “Koinonia” mean?
  5. Who are “Bereans”?

What is Koinonia House?

Koinonia House is the 501(c) (3) publishing ministry of Chuck and Nancy Missler. Our Mission Statement is: To create, develop, and distribute materials to stimulate, encourage, and facilitate serious study of the Bible as the inerrant Word of God. You can read more about Chuck and Nancy here.

What can I do on this site?

We offer a lot of Bible Study materials including:

K-House offers two major publications for free:

I like this ministry, how can I get more involved?

Number 1: The most important thing anyone can do to support the ministry is pray. We have a powerful audience in the Throne room of the Universe, and we can make petitions to Him.

Number 2: We want to encourage people to study the Bible as the inerrant Word of God. Here are some ways you can pursue the Bible:

Number 3: Do you know anyone who is interested in the Bible? Do you know anyone who needs to hear an intelligent defense of Biblical subjects such as Creationism or fulfilled prophecy? On every page on the left hand sidebar, you will see a link to “Tell A Friend.” Visit that page and fill out the form to let someone know about the page you’re viewing, whether it’s an interesting article, provocative radio broadcast, or other facinating study.

What does “Koinonia” mean?

Koinonia is a New Testament word which is most often translated to mean “communication”, “fellowship”, or “communion.”

Who are “Bereans”?

When we speak of Bereans we’re referring to the people of whom Acts 17:11 speaks:

(Referring to the people of Berea)

These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so.

— Acts 17:11 KJV

In short, a Berean is anyone who searches the scriptures to test what is true, rather than believing what any minister says. Chuck Missler makes a point to apply that to himself as well—“don’t just take my word for it, be a Berean!”