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The Peach and the Coconut by Simon Benham

The Peach and the Coconut

by Simon Benham

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There are moments where we need to try to define and shape culture, what some have called being 'cultural architects'. We can do that by painting a picture of what we would like the culture to be, and then striving with all our being to build the community we've described. In The Peach & the Coconut Simon Benham paints a picture of the culture Kerith Community Church wants to build, exploring the community of Jesus and seeing what it teaches us about building a Christian church community in the 21st century. Author Simon Benham is the senior pastor of Kerith Community Church in Bracknell, England, a church of all ages with people from over 40 different nations and a vision to be a rapidly growing Christ-centred community making an impact locally, nationally and internationally. Simon is married to Catrina and they have three children, Zak, Jacob and Alice.

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