How has Thomas Road Baptist Church changed in the five years since the death of its founder?In some ways, current pastor Jonathan Falwell is quick to point out, very little. … For visitors to the church on an average Sunday, however, that’s hard to imagine. Walking down the hallway leading from the expansive front doors to the 6,000-seat sanctuary is like strolling through a shopping mall, complete with bookstore, coffee shop and a booth manned by a smiling young man named Anthony. The sign above him reads, “Life Groups.” . . . Another sign designates a place for kids to be dropped off for their own Sunday school. Meanwhile, over on the Liberty Universitycampus, a youth-oriented service attracts those who prefer their music with a stronger beat and a younger message. There is a Hispanic church and a Korean church, both of which have found a Sunday home in recent years at the old sanctuary onThomas Road.And 70 miles away in Danville, Jonathan Falwell’s sermon is simulcast to a satellite in both senses of the word congregation.