Becoming a True Spiritual Community
Christian psychologist Dr Larry Crabb believes that the church can and should offer an antidote to today's frenetic, disconnected, shallow society. In this book, Dr Crabb sets out his vision of the church as a spiritual, authentic community of genuine...
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Christian psychologist Dr Larry Crabb believes that the church can and should offer an antidote to today's frenetic, disconnected, shallow society. In this book, Dr Crabb sets out his vision of the church as a spiritual, authentic community of genuine friends who encourage and nurture each other through the journey of life. 240 pages, from Thomas Nelson.
In today's frenetic society, people rarely develop intimate friendships. Instead, they spend their lives essentially disconnected from others, rushing through life content with brief visits and casual conversations. But what if one were to develop a community, a spiritual community, of people who walked with and supported each other through life's journey? A community of real friends who listened to each other's personal tragedies without merely trying to fix the problems, who encouraged and nurtured each other's strengths, and who accepted people for who they really are, instead of the image they try to portray. In Becoming a True Spiritual Community?(formerly titled The Safest Place on Earth), ?Larry Crabb explores such a place, where God can heal disconnected people and allow them to reconnect with each other and, ultimately, with Him.
Dr. Larry Crabb is a well-known psychologist, seminar speaker, Bible teacher, author and founder/director of New Way Ministries. He is also Scholar in Residence at Colorado Christian University and serves as Spiritual Director for the American Association of Christian Counsellors. His many popular books include Inside Out, Finding God, Connecting, The Safest Place on Earth, The Papa Prayer, SoulTalk and most recently Real Church: Does it exist? Can I find it?