{Acts 2:42; NLT}
All the believers devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, and to fellowship, and to sharing in meals (including the Lord’s Supper*), and to prayer.

From the beginning it was clear that Christianity is something people do together. Having said that, the earliest writers were also concerned that all members of the Body of Christ should be awake and active in personal faith; should know their own responsibilities and make real for themselves the privilege of worship. That way, when the whole assembly gathers together, each will have his or her own joy and sorrow, insight and question, to bring.

N.T. Wright, Simply Christian, p. 157

Questions to consider:

  • Do you agree that Christianity is something that we do with other people?
  • Why are other people important as we follow Jesus?
  • How have other Christians helped you in your journey of faith? How are you helping others follow Jesus?
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