ON “CALLED TO COMMUNITY”
The church is never consistent with itself when it is living for itself, for, on the off chance that it is most worried about sparing its own life, it will lose it. The idea of the congregation is with the end goal that it should consistently occupy itself innovatively in context with finding new ways by which to rise above itself. Its primary duty is always outside its dividers in the recovery of regular life. That is the reason we call it a redemptive society. There are numerous sorts of religion, yet redemptive faith, from the Christian perspective, is consistent that wherein we are spent on those zones of presence that are situated past ourselves and our fringes.