Elusive Community

By: Jon Zens

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Many have come to view relationships like the thorns that came after Adam and Eve’s errant behavior. But Jesus by His cross created a New Humanity, a New Species, a Third Race where loving, accepting and safe communities emerged everywhere the Gospel was preached. These communities were far from perfect, but they were also far from functioning like earthly organizations. Taking their cue from Jesus, they were lovingly counter-cultural. May you be encouraged to be in step with Jesus’ heart for His people to be in community, to be a display of His Kingdom now to the principalities and powers! "Jon Zens' Elusive Community makes a much-needed contribution to a very important topic. Like all his other works, it's a piece of superb writing, thoughtful and compelling." -- Frank Viola, author Forward, Skeeter Wilson Chapter 1 – We Are Headed Into Community Chapter 2 – Community in the Big Picture Chapter 3 – Why Is Community So Rare? Chapter 4 – Community in America Chapter 5 – Belonging Runs Deep Chapter 6 – Community in Secular Culture Chapter 7 – What About Christ-driven Community? Chapter 8 – How Can Ekklesia Be a Relational Reality? Chapter 9 – Who Do You Want Walking with You in the Cool of the Day? Chapter 10 – Do We Want to Build Up the Body? Chapter 11 – It’s Always Something Chapter 12 – A Good Dose of Reality Chapter 13 – “The Spirit and the Bride Say, ‘Come’” Chapter 14 – “Let Us Consider One Another” Chapter 15 – God’s Kingdom Is Relational Chapter 16 – Will We Pursue What We Were Created For? Chapter 17 – Afterword, April, 2020 Chapter 18 – America, Land of Lost Community, Paul L. Wachtel

Title: Elusive Community

Author Name: Jon Zens

Edition: 1st

ISBN Number: 1938480589

ISBN-13: 9781938480584

Illustrator: Dotty Zens

Location Published: Quoir: 2020

Book Condition: New

Size: 70 pages

Categories: Church Life, Christian Life, New Testament Studies

Seller ID: 042545

Keywords: church renewal, community, ecclesia, ekklesia, relationships