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We were not created to live alone. Our identity in Christ is closely tied to our connection with others.
Here you will find resources to help you grow in your connection with others.
Video on importance of community.
White Hats and Black Hats
When we are children, we see people as wrong or right, good or bad. But as we get older, it’s not so simple. We all have flaws and virtues.
How do we live in a word of gray areas and sill keep our faith? This article talks about the proper use of discernment in our everyday lives.
Self and community
This is an exploration of the critical balance in our life between being alone with God and being with other Christians.
Find a church near you
This helpful connection helps you find churches within twenty miles of your home.
Fellowship for Intentional communities
The FIC is a website uniting those who see their calling as living together communally for fellow Christians.
This is not a calling for every Christian, but those who want to try it can find connections here.
Life Together--Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Bonhoeffer’s book is a slim, wonderful, challenging book about the importance of living together in community with others. Bonhoeffer, a German Theologian, was martyred for his faith in Nazi Germany. Before his arrest he created a seminary for training pastors illegally, in opposition to the policies of the Thrid Reich. This book grows out of his experience living together with his students. a must read on the reason for living in community with others
Soul Talk: The Language God Longs for us to Speak Larry Crabb
Author Larry Crabb began his career as a Christian counselor and speaker. In recent years though, he has become more involved in training and equipping Christians in Spiritual Direction. Soul Talk is a simple call to develop interpersonal relationships that go deeper than superficial sharing and develop relationships of mutual trust and spiritual strength, in which emotional and Spiritual healing can happen.
Body Life Ray Stedman
Body Life was written in the 1960’s and had a profound impact on the church. Here is what is said of it in the description of its latest edition.
“Ray Stedman shows you how to recapture the vigor and authenticity of the early church—a radical body of enthusiastic believers who spread the Word of God throughout the world! This book—considered a classic by many—brings you challenging questions that make Body Life both personal and practical.”