Make Yourself at Home

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Format: Paperback

Vendor: Discovery House

Publication Date: September 01, 2016


ISBN: 1627074775

ISBN-13: 9781627074773

Number of Pages: 200

Dimensions: 8.00 × 5.38 (inches)

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Although God commands His people to love one another, growing in a loving spirit of unity is one of the greatest challenges facing churches today. And when we struggle with showing grace toward one another, we don’t let the light of Christ shine clearly to the world around us.


Make Yourself at Home presents a guide to developing a Christian community that meets the deepest spiritual, relational, emotional, and physical needs of its people. In this book, you’ll be encouraged to know and embrace the “one another” commands centered on loving, praying for, serving, and accepting each other. Each chapter shares Scripture and illustrations, along with practical suggestions to help you apply these commands to everyday living. Discover how you can cultivate the heart of the church—to keep the light shining, and show the world the reality of Christ’s love.

Author Info

Kay Swatkowski holds a degree in elementary education and a masters in pastoral counseling. She and her husband, Raymond, have 40 years of ministry experience and have planted churches in the United States and France. Kay is a counselor and certified women’s ministry specialist, and has served as the director of women’s ministry for Converge MidAmerica. She is the author of the book A Grandmother’s Prayers.


Raymond Swatkowski earned a Master of Divinity degree from Trinity Seminary in Deerfield, Illinois. He is the co-author of The Retool Kit Pathway and works with colleagues at Pinnacle Ministries in Mosinee, Wisconsin, to help struggling churches in the United States, Japan, and the Philippines. Ray served as the director of church relations and later as executive vice president of Converge Worldwide.

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