Is your personal community of believers others-centered? (More Good Questions from Tim Chester)
1. People often see one another between scheduled meetings.
2. Most people eat with other members of the community at least twice a week.
3. People often help one another in practical ways like doing chores for one another.
4. People feel a sense of responsibility for one another.
5. People use the language of ‘we’ rather than ‘you’ (‘We should …’ rather than ‘You should …’).
6. People are generous with their time, money, homes and possessions.
7. People are willing to discuss their time and money.
8. People make decisions with regard to the community and in consultation with the community.