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#1: Initial revision by user avatar Charlie Brumbaugh‭ · 2021-01-03T02:33:49Z (7 months ago)
As of 2021, what is the status of the Family Integrated Church movement?
Around 2010-2011 I was reading about the Family Integrated Church, a movement that basically said almost any family seperation during church services like Sunday School was wrong and families should sit together during the whole service on a similar philosophy to the regulative principle of worship.

It was started by Scott Brown and Doug Phillips, the founder of Vision Forum. It came to light that Doug Phillips had been having an affair and Vision Forum shuttered.

Did the Family Integrated Church die with Vision Forum, as that was a large part of where and how it got started, or is it still ongoing as of 2021?