Although both books cover similar ground it would be a mistake to think that the second book is simply a re-hash of the first.
The book is formed around a series of common practices that faith communities join in together as they endeavor to live out the teachings of Jesus.
In addition, the book is accompanied by a six session DVD series which along with the discussion guide offers an incredible small group study.
I loved this book. Jonathan's quiet, gentle voice bids us look at living examples of faith that transforms--even in unlikely places. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeanie Mcgowan
Jonathan is a great writer and walks the walk. We just finished one of his books as a group and will be reading more.Published 7 months ago by Charles A. Cardwell
Jonathan speaks from experience- the stories he tells and the conclusions he draws flow from his own walk with God and with others. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Larry Duggins
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, one of the leading voices in the movement that has come to be call "New Monasticism," a movement that seeks to call Christians to living together in... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Donald McKenzie
It is a little disappointing to me there are not more reviews and commentary about this book, although it doesn't surprise me there is not. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jeff Borden
It's a wonderful work, drawing on many similar themes in Wilson-Hartgrove's earlier books. The DVD and book combo would make for a life-changing 6-to-7-week small group study. Read morePublished 20 months ago by andyoftheway