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Discern the key ingredients people look for in community
Understand the use of space as a key element for experiencing belonging and community
Develop the "chemical compound" that produces an environment for community to spontaneously emerge
Discover how language promotes specific spatial belonging and then use this knowledge to build an effective vocabulary for community development
Create an assessment tool for evaluating organizational and personal community health
I've had this book for a year and finally got around to reading it.
If they have yet to learn how to live with respect for their own boundaries, and those of others, this book will start them down that path.
Joseph Myers' "The Search to Belong" is a timely and refreshing look at what community really is.
This book was just what I needed. I'd been praying about small groups and reading in the Scriptures in Acts. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Clark Frailey
This book borrows from Edward T. Hall's study of proxemics to provide a very helpful lens for classifying different levels of relationship. Read morePublished 3 months ago by B Rupert
Book was great. It really goes into the public, social, private, and intimate spaces that our lives are around. Enjoyed some of the stories illistrating that.Published 12 months ago by J Spalding
Interesting insights on small groups and how to communicate life one to another in various styles of gathering together with those of like kindPublished 16 months ago by Melonie Mangum
I read this book the other week as a (Dutch) pastor desiring to deepen discipleship, fellowship and spiritual life among my (Chinese) congregation. Read morePublished on January 18, 2013 by Hans Wulffraat
I found Joe Myer's book 'the search to belong' to be very stimulating and thought provoking. I must admit my bias towards small groups ministry because we often use the phrase... Read morePublished on November 21, 2012 by vikes4life
I received the book in good time and in good shape. I have not yet read the book but I will soon ThanksPublished on February 10, 2012 by Daniel Rudd
Myers has some good ideas, but he falls into a very scary, post-modern trap. He confuses what people want with what people need and are ask to be. Read morePublished on January 1, 2011 by Steven M. Johnson
I think I have a new rule. Never buy a book from someone who describes themselves as any of the following: thinker, multipreneur, interventionist or futurist. Read morePublished on September 14, 2009 by ashertopia