Have you ever thought about how Christian growth occurs primarily in the context of community?
But as the modern cultural norm of what social scientists call “radical American individualism” extends itself, many Christians are growing lax in their relational accountability to the church.
Faith threatens to become an “I” not “us,” a “my God” not “our God” concern.
“Stand Together” is a series for young seekers and for old radicals, Spirit-energized people who are searching for a new—yet ancient—way of life together.
STAND TOGETHER PART 1
STAND TOGETHER PART 2
STAND TOGETHER PART 3
STAND TOGETHER PART 4
STAND TOGETHER PART 5