Wednesday, 3 September 2008

Accountability in life

Was given the book Clusters to read this Summer and thoroughly enjoyed it whilst on holiday. It was a great book to read following on from my trip to Karamoja and then reading Velvet Elvis.

The following points stayed with me about being accountable to each other (in a small faith group, or equally at work). Several references were made to the John Wesley Class-meeting System, which would also be worth researching.
  • p83. "Relational, rather than institutional accountability is entirely different ... the relationship is indispensable."
  • p81. Accountability questions:
    1. "What do you want to see changed in your life?"
    2. "What do you sense God is challenging you on?"

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