At Lebanon County Christian Ministries, our mission is to share the love of Jesus by providing emergency food, clothing, shelter, and guidance toward personal sustainability to anyone in need.
We also believe that a community that learns together, grows together. That's why we are excited to invite you to join Lebanon County Christian Ministries' new book discussion group!
We will kick off this new endeavor with 'The Gospel Next Door' by Marty Troyer.
Here's everything you need to know:
We have 10 slots available for this group and we intend to meet weekly.
We have not set a start date yet, but we are looking at starting sometime in May.
Once we know who signs up for the group, we will then contact the group to provide options for a meeting time that will work for the majority of people each week.
After we select a date, and you are confident that date works for you, we would urge you to order the book.
If you need financial assistance, please contact Andrea at Andrea@lccm.us.
If you're interested in signing up, please click the link below, then click on 'sign up' and then 'submit.' We will be in touch once the group is filled. The link to purchase the book is also below.
Book Discussion group sign up link (ignore the date listed on this form. The sign up form required a date in order to create the link). Again, a start date determined once a group is formed.
Where to purchase the book
Amazon: Available on Kindle, paperback and hard copy (new and used)
Barnes & Noble: Paperback, Nook Book
More about the book
"As Christians, we pray for God's kingdom to come on earth as it in heaven. But what does that even mean? Would we recognize God's kingdom if it moved in next door?
Learn to see God's work in your neighborhood, city, and the world and learn how to join it. With stories from his own city of Houston, Texas, author Marty Troyer introduces a theology of place that empowers us to truly see the work of God where we live, work, and play. The Gospel Next Door unpacks the gospel through the lenses of following Jesus, making peace, and overcoming injustice. Those seeking to connect more deeply with the world that God so loved will find compelling stories and practical ideas for healing brokenness and imagining new life. Start living out the kingdom of God here and now."
This is a new venture for us, so we appreciate your grace as we navigate this first foray into the world of book discussion groups! If you have any questions, please contact Andrea Gillhoolley at Andrea@lccm.us