The Connecting Church, by Randy Frazee

I have enjoyed this book immensely. Maybe because I’m a nuts and bolts guy. Frazee (when he wrote the book) was the teaching pastor at Pantego Bible Church in Texas (he’s now at Willow Creek).  The book is the ministry philosophy they implemented there.

His broad concept is that Christians should have a common purpose, a common place, and common possessions. The common purpose is standard stuff, with acronyms and the whole thing. Definately necessary, but nothing groundbreaking.

What I really enjoyed was his section on the “Common Place.” He suggests that it is more important for the Christian life to be engaged in a community home group with people who live within a block or two than to be in a home with those in your age group who live all over the place. Interesting idea…

Anyway, great book, highly recommended.

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