In this book, Tod Bolsinger challenges Christians to embrace Trinitarian spirituality as the basis for exceptional Christian community. Focusing on daily living, this book engages the ideas of writers such as John Calvin and Richard Foster in a discussion of how living in light of the Trinity can transform communal life. Critiquing the myth of American individualism, Bolsinger claims that a relationship-centered, sacramental life--receiving the presence of God revealed in the ordinary--will transform communal worship and witness. In a world full of spiritual seeks, Christianity is simply not as creditable as we might hope, says Bolsinger. To draw hungry seekers to Christian community, we must be conduits of divine love and ever-hospitable hosts. This book is designed for pastors, worship leaders, evangelist, and other church leaders. It is important reading for all Christians--those who are called to embrace the communitarian life of the triune God.
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