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10 thoughts on “Living Into Community

  1. says:

    This book will focus on several practices that are basic to human life IN families, communities, and congregations that are vibrant and sturdy, we notice certain patterns in relationships We see folks making and keeping promise, living and speaking truthfully, expressing gratitude, and offering hospitality 5 Each of the practices we will be exploring is important to the biblical story and to expectations about the ways in which the people of God should live Each is also at the heart of G This book will focus on several practices that are basic to human life IN families, communities, and congregations that are vibrant and sturdy, we notice certain patterns in relationships We see folks making and keeping promise, living and speaking truthfully, expressing gratitude, and offering hospitality 5 Each of the practices we will be exploring is important to the biblical story and to expectations about the ways in which the people of God should live Each is also at the heart of God s character and activity we worship a God who is faithful and true, gracious and welcom...


  2. says:

    This book is not well written but I forced myself to get through it because there seemed to be some interesting concepts about what s needed in healthy communities However, overall, the book feels very disorganized and negative, and in the end, when I went back through the highlighted points, I realized that the best concepts or quotes were actually not even from this author For example, the author quotes Hannah Arendt when talking about promises, and this is a great point concept that when This book is not well written but I forced myself to get through it because there seemed to be some interesting concepts about what s needed in healthy communities However, overall, the book feels very disorganized and negative, and in the end, when I went back through the highlighted points, I realized that the best concepts or quotes were actually not even from this author For example, the author quotes Hannah Arendt...


  3. says:

    I enjoyed this book and the four community practices that the author understands as integral for healthy biblical community gratitude, promise keeping, truthfulness, and hospitality.


  4. says:

    Community is marked and grown through the practice of gratitude, truthfulness, promise making and keeping, and hospitality Anecdotal and practical The author gave me plenty to work on as I recommit to participating in church rather than just running a church.


  5. says:

    As I was reading the introduction I found myself wondering at points whether Pohl had been given a report about the very congregations I have served in The fact that her description of what unhealthy communities look like could so easily have been a description of communities I have spent time in speaks to the common difficulty of truly living i...


  6. says:

    Tremendous, convicting, and empowering resource A must read for pastors.


  7. says:

    A product of deep reflection and sustained practice in community particularly among poor and marginalised groups, this is a stimulating and challenging study of four practices that truly help to build and sustain community Framed around insights from Scripture and the rich history of hospitality in the church often a costly hospitality and welcome through the centuries, there is much here to reflect upon As well as shared histories, commitments, stories and tasks, Pohl urges that four pr A product of deep reflection and sustained practice in community particularly among poor and marginalised groups, this is a stimulating and challenging study of four practices t...


  8. says:

    Christine Pohl s Living into Community does not offer any program or model for deepening community Instead she offers four practices she found necessary for community when writing her book about hospitality These include gratefulness, making and keeping promises, telling the truth, and hospitality She examines each biblically and historically, problems with the practices, and includes a chapter for each on going deeper as a community into the practices only one chapter for hospitality as she Christine Pohl s Living into Community does not offer any program or model for deepening community Instead she offers four practices she found necessary for community when writ...


  9. says:

    This book is about good practices that supports a community with meaningful relationships and outworking what Jesus has shown to us In particular, the book discusses about various perspectives and wisdom in terms of the importance of gratitude, making promises, living truthfully and hospitality within a community.I could identify with many things challenges that the book has raised The book is not full of flowery words at all, but it s very grounded with real experiences Very often, I felt This book is about good practices that supports a community with meaningful relationships and outworking what Jesus has shown to us In particular, the book discusses about various perspectives and wisdom in terms of the importance of g...


  10. says:

    First, I have to acknowledge something I like Christine D Pohl I ve read her book, Making Room Living into Community is a continuation and a building upon of her other book She lifts up four practices that sustain us in community gratitude, promise keeping, truth telling, and offering hospitality the last one being the primary focus of her previous book Her images and challenges moved me I think this is a must read for any community leader Christian or not and for any community s First, I have to acknowledge something I like Christine D Pohl I ve read her book, Making Room Living into Community is a continuation and a building upon of her other book She lifts up four practices that sustain us in community gratitude, pr...


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Living Into Community Every Christian Should Read This Provocative Book Christine Thoroughly Delineates The Interlocking Relationships And Dangerous Deformities Of Practices That Could Deepen Our Communities But Often Destroy Them This Volume Is Pertinent To Our Families, Churches, Even Places Of Work Marva J Dawnauthor Of Truly The Community

  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Living Into Community
  • Christine D. Pohl
  • English
  • 10 December 2019
  • 0802849857

About the Author: Christine D. Pohl

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