Going Communal!

That’s right, the Tribe of Judah in going Communal! Which is hopefully better than going postal…. Actually, we have been sharing cars and car rides and food and even houses and bills for a couple years. Now we are feeling called to be more deliberate. Next up is a garden and working the land for food. Foragers and gatherers unite! We are also talking about selling food, arts, and crafts at a farmers market. After this, who knows…bee-keeping, chickens, windmills, bicycle generators, canning, bio-diesel conversions, bamboo helicopters, hoverboards, etc. Well…OK, maybe not bamboo helicopters–the math is really difficult. And I’m pretty sure hoverboards were from Back to the Future 2. Question mark?
But here’s to the communal explosion!!!

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About Joshua M. Brindle

Child. Father. Husband. Herald. Writer. Messenger. Psalmist. Poet-Prophet. Biker. Beard-wearer. Teacher. Pastor? Follower. Disciple. Disciple-er. Bearer of the Torche. Keeper of the Flame. Waver of the Banner. Running the race. Fighting the fight. Revolutionary...hopefully.
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4 Responses to Going Communal!

  1. Josh O'Connor says:

    are the hoverboards bamboo also?

  2. Zac Helmberger says:

    Interested in keeping informed! I am looking for intentional christian community like the early church. I grow food, keep bees, fix things, etc.

    Currently live at OUR Ecovillage in BC, Canada

    • Joshua M. Brindle says:

      Well Zac, we happen to have the originator of the Shiloh House communes of the 70’s that is our mentor and an overseer of what the Holy Spirit is doing in today’s generation. We feel particularly keen on sharing, body ministry that causes us to purposely look to the Acts model for our structure and the Word in general for our guidance. We are in a great place for growth and expansion. Are you interested in learning more and getting connected? We would love to pray for you or help….

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