Church can be so much better. So intimate and alive. The Connecting Church tells you how. The answer may seem radical today, but it was a central component of life in the early church. First-century Christians knew what it meant to live in vital community with one another, relating with a depth and commitment that made "the body of Christ" a perfect metaphor for the church. What would it take to reclaim that kind of love, joy, support, and dynamic spiritual growth? Listen to this book and find out.
Would you try another book from Randy Frazee and/or Jonathan Peterson?
Have you listened to any of Jonathan Peterson’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Any additional comments?
This books sounds like it was written by a pastor with his head in the cloud and very idealistic expectations. I stopped at chapter 13 and can't bear to finish this book. I wish I could get a refund.
If you could sum up The Connecting Church in three words, what would they be?
Community is essential
What other book might you compare The Connecting Church to and why?
The Relational Disciple by Joel Comiskey
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Seeing in word picture, living an isolated individualistic lifestyle and its impact on your spiritual, emotional well being