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Life Together in Christ

Experiencing Transformation in Community
Narrated by: Carol Hendrickson
Length: 5 hrs and 17 mins
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Have you joined a church or small group in hopes of experiencing real life change, only to be disappointed? Have you sat through inspiring sermons about what is possible when Christians gather together in mutually edifying relationships, only to recognize how cynical you have become after many failed attempts? Community may be one of the most over-promised, under-delivered aspects of the Christian life today. Individuals remain selfish and stuck in their ways. Communities become spiritually lifeless or even fall apart because we don't know how to experience transformation together. Transforming community does not come primarily from listening to inspiring preaching or adding another church program. It emerges as we embrace a shared commitment to the attitudes, practices and behaviors that open us to Christ in our midst. And that's where Life Together in Christ comes in. Reflecting on the story of the two disciples who meet Christ on the Emmaus Road, Ruth Haley Barton offers this interactive guide for small groups of spiritual companions who are ready to encounter Christ in transforming ways - right where they are on the road of real life.

©2014 Ruth Haley Barton (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • Justin McNabb
  • 05-08-2019

Great book, but terrible audio reader.

Great book and content but the audio sounds like an automated machine reading....pretty terrible...get a real person to read it.