KevCast 19: Fellowship in the Church with Thabiti Anyabwile

Listen to the streaming audio here or download the mp3 here.

It seems as though in an increasingly individualized society.  For years now we have been witness to the phenomenon of young people claiming to be spiritual but not wishing to tie themselves down to any time of organized religion.  Among those willing to take on the Christian label, some still view the church as a hindrance to their individualized pursuit of God.  Even within the church we often emphasize one’s personal walk with the Lord.  Among all of this individualism we are missing out one of the greatest blessings and greatest expectations of the Christian faith – fellowship within the Body of Christ.

This episode of the KevCast features my conversation with Thabiti Anyabwile (pastor of First Baptist Church of Grand Cayman) about his new book, The Life of God in the Soul of the Church: The Root and Fruit of Spiritual Fellowship.

Listen in as we chat about fellowship in the church.  Hear the answers to questions like:

  • Is true fellowship possible in mega-churches?
  • Why do I need the church if I have Christian fellowship in other settings?
  • How can the church help in finding my spiritual gifts?
  • What does it mean to sing to one another?

You won’t want to miss this interview!  Download it today and, of course, buy the book!

(Warning and apology – due to some faulty equipment there are some moments of annoying feedback at various points of this audio recording.  But, eventually they do go away so don’t give in!  The good news is its only when I am talking so you don’t have to miss a minute of Thabiti.)


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