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Organic Community: Creating a Place Where…

Organic Community: Creating a Place Where People Naturally Connect…

by Joseph R. Myers

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0801065984, Paperback)

Community is a fundamental life search and one of the key aspects people look for in a congregation. But community can't be forced, controlled, or easily created. The problem, says Joseph R. Myers, is that churches are too focused on developing programs instead of concentrating on environments where community will spontaneously emerge.

Organic Community challenges key leaders to become environmentalists--people who create or shape environments. Outlining nine organizational tools for creating a healthy environment, Myers shows readers how to diagnose their current situation and implement patterns that will develop possibilities for healthy communities.

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