Into a culture that prizes individualism above all things, Keith Drury issues a call for believers to return to their roots the church. This hard-hitting book challenges American Christianity's preoccupation with privatize religion and boldly asserts that we become holy only together as the Bride of Christ. In the author's words "We have plenty of spiritual fingers and spiritual ears and eyes, but God longs for a whole church a body that is spiritually mature."
This book is not to read alone. It is for the church, and it is best read with a group. There are scores of books on the personal spiritual disciplines but few on the corporate spiritual disciplines: the spiritual disciplines of the church. From public prayer, to preaching, fellowship, and the Lord's Supper, Drury convincingly shows the value of corporate spiritual practices and offers practical tips for transforming the spiritual dynamic of a local church or small group.