"Yes, it does," says Larry Crabb. He calls it "The Safest Place on Earth." Rather than a place for people to display their goodness and hide their failures in fear of censure, the church should be open, supportive, and compassionate in dealing with our weaknesses, says Dr. Crabb. In such a place, there is no expectation that people have arrived at some level of perfection; it's a place where people journey toward God.
With compelling narrative, Larry Crabb presents an inspiring new vision of this wonderful place where we learn what it means to "be like Jesus," what the process of getting there looks like, and how we can act as God's agents in each other's lives to help each other stay on course.
(P) and ©1999 by Larry Crabb
"I wish every believer would read and live this message. The church would never be the same." (Tim Clinton, president, American Association of Christian Counselors)
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"The most honest book on the shelf"
Crabb challenges Christians to be honest with God, ourselves and a spiritual community. I was taken aback by Crabb's person honesty in this book. It freed me to be honest about what I am really like, so I can explore how to allow God to make me what He wants me to be. He sets a new standard of what Christain fellowship should be.
"What a refreshing read! Worth every minute."
Larry reminds us of the basics of community and what a wonderful safe place it is, and why Jesus wanted us to "never forsake them".
I read this all in one sitting and will read it over and over. The author read it himself, and as a result it is like sitting down in the living room with him and having a conversation.
I highly recommend this! Take the plunge, it is worth it.
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