If community is important to the Christian lifestyle, then what kind of community is best? Early Christians responded to this question by going into the desert. These pioneers of desert spirituality lived in individual huts. Communities grew as they banded together in groups of a dozen or more.
Community involves daily loving relationships that reach beyond the walls of family and home. The apostle Paul saw all Christians as members of a divine family. God the Father is the head.
It takes passion and an intentional plan to grow community. Can you reach beyond the walls of your home to build Christian community?
Tags: Christian Community, Small Groups, Christian Relationships
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