The Jesus Conversation
Our Love for one another, the quality of our friendships and our willingness to include others into such deep Koinonia will produce greater, lasting results than marketing, lectures, fear, and programs ever will.
People hunger to belong to a FAMILY, where they can be fully functional members whose words, thoughts, and actions contribute to the family's purpose and well-being, transform their communities, and ultimately change the world.
"I give you a new command: Love one another. In the same way I loved you, you love one another. This is how everyone will recognize that you are my disciples—when they see the love you have for each other."
Most of today's church systems are set up like bad pot-luck dinners in five-star restaurant buildings; where just one person brings a dish, everyone shares from that one flavor, and money is collected for the upkeep of the elaborate restaurant and the salaries of the one-dish-chef and his or her staff. This was not the case in the First Century Church, where the church met in homes and every member was truly a joint of supply during their regular gatherings.