I’ve mentioned that once May 1 rolls around and I find myself unemployed (aka, “retired”), I plan to finish writing three books I’ve been working on the last year or two. One of them has to do with Christian fellowship.
Or to be more exact, the lack of it in our churches, the need for it, and how to get it.
On the home page for this website, you can click on a long series of articles on prayer and leadership and Romans, but so far we’ve not collected the numerous writings that are scattered throughout on the subject of Christian fellowship. As with so much of what I write, it’s rather random and unorganized and happened to be what was on my mind at the moment.
To turn it into a book, that’ll have to change, and it will. Recently, however, I’ve actually gone back over the last several years and looked at each article to pick out the ones dealing with fellowship in the church. I might have missed some, but here is what I found:
July 27, 2004 — “What Every Pastor Needs: A Good Buddy”
May 23, 2008 — “Why We Came Today”
May 27, 2008 — “Where Everybody Knows Your Name”
May 31, 2008 — “The Greatest Church Growth Principle”
June 20, 2008 — “What Fellowship Looks Like”
June 20, 2008 — “The Most Basic Element is