Why We Live in Community
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Everyone’s talking about "community" these days, but in this classic manifesto, Arnold (a founder of the Bruderhof Communities) argues that it can be lived. Discussing the pillars of real community – self-sacrificial love, honest relationships, and the joy and unity that arises from both – he does not prescribe step-by-step solutions or offer easy "answers." But he does describe the great "adventure of faith" shared by those who are willing to trade isolation for companionship, and he will further inspire those who are already traveling the road of community.
Henri J. M. Nouwen: One of the most challenging statements on community that I have ever read. Its radical God-centeredness makes it not only very demanding, but also very inviting, comforting, and reassuring.
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