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Caring for One Another

8 Ways to Cultivate Meaningful Relationships
Narrated by: Larry Wayne
Length: 1 hr and 29 mins
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Imagine...an interconnected group of people who entrust themselves to each other. You can speak of your pain, and someone responds with compassion and prayer. You can speak of your joys, and someone rejoices with you. You can ask for help with sinful struggles, and someone prays with you. The goal of this audiobook is that these meaningful relationships will become a natural part of daily life in your church. 

With short chapters and discussion questions meant to be listened to in a group setting, Ed Welch guides small groups through eight lessons that show what it looks like when ordinary, needy people care for other ordinary, needy people in everyday life.

©2018 Edward T. Welch (P)2019 Two Words Publishing LLC

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Great insight! EXACTLY what The Church is missing!

Was exuberant when I came across this book & read the back cover! Little over 10 years ago, I felt called to try to establish this type of Caring For Others in my circle of influence at my local church, after having been part of a community of people outside The Church that modeled this type of honesty, love, humility & acceptance.

It was shocking to me that these existed so dominantly in this secular community but was rare to find inside The Church, bc we're the ones who've been raised from the dead & given Life by the Mercy & Grace of our Heavenly Father through His Son Jesus Christ, being set free from sin & death, to now live an abundant life of freedom to love God & others.... But we don't. Not nearly to the degree that we should.

All too often in church, ppl put on their best Sunday clothes & their best Sunday face to try to appear as if they have it all together, or at least that they don't struggle with sin, nor the difficulties of life. It's nauseating! It diminishes the Grace of God that set us free AND the ugliness & evil of our rebellious hatred of God before He created us anew & still indwells our flesh!

Thank you so much Edward Welch for yet another great book! My favorite of yours thus far! May we gaze upon His glory & be transformed more & more into the image of Christ & be found Caring For Others in the same way He cares for us.