Contributed on Sep 28, 2001
The alarm that went off on September 11 is opening our eyes to the problem of individualism. The only thing that will keep us from collectively rolling over in our bed of apathy is a strong call to the cross of Christ and to genuine Christian community.
Contributed on Oct 5, 2001
The truest community is found in a gathering of people who are learning to become Jesus-trusting disciples and are committed to making Jesus-trusting disciples.
Contributed on Oct 12, 2001
We must agree that the "habit" of not meeting together is counter-productive to making disciples.
Contributed on Nov 29, 2001
Jesus longs to be present as the center of our gatherings, just as he promised, to be light and to give life.
Contributed on Dec 12, 2001
So how do we rightly relate to one another in our small groups? I have found there is no reason to "reinvent the wheel" in responding to this question. Dietrich Bonhoeffer, in his classic work, Life Together, explains 7 ways to serve your small group.