In his book, Life Together, Dietrich Bonhoeffer has a rather lengthy chapter titled, The Day with Others.
As he unfolds his thinking, it’s evident that he is teaching his readers how to be the Church – in whatever environment find themselves.
When I say, “how to be the church,” I am referring to experiencing God’s presence together — as friends, as a family, as a couple. It’s what we do Sundays, on Susquehanna Avenue, when we can.
Bonhoeffer is pretty straight forward in this area. He speaks of several practices that believers should enact together — as believers.
Some of those practices are…
- Reading the Scriptures — with others
- Singing the New Song — with others
- The Fellowship at the Table — with others
- Noonday and Evening — with others
This video speaks about some of those practices.
Had you given any thought as to how you might begin to do these things in your home during this unusual season of human history?
God might enable you to do things you’d otherwise never considered.
And such things might come with an unexpected blessing.