The idea of this place is incarnation. When someone here gets sick, so does everyone else.
Sarah Arthur and Erin Wasinger write about their experiment in radical faith, one small step at a time.
At a time when the church had grown cozy with the ruling authorities, and faith had become a means to power, some Christians determined to live out an alternative life grounded in an authentically biblical faith. They headed for desolate places, pooled their resources and dedicated themselves to a life of asceticism and prayer. No, these aren't fourth-century communities of monks, but present-day communities of Christians who are part of a new and radically different form of Christian practice.