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The Team by Kim Allan Johnson
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"And the glory which You gave Me I have given them, that they may be one just as We are one: John 17:22 (NKJ). From eternity the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit have been one. In Jesus' prayer, He calls for the Church to be one. It s a big order we cannot accomplish on our own. Jesus' disciples spent years in His presence but were not one until Pentecost. Kim Allan Johnson author of "The Gift" and "The Morning" shares in this new book a vision of the Church as a team. The word "team" conveys images of togetherness, mutual support, and the blending of talents and abilities to become something together that is much greater than any could be alone.

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