In Interplace: The Circle of Belonging, Terry Swenson gives a refreshing look into living in a community of love with God and with others. He examines what these communities look like and how we are supposed to live them out in today’s world. Swenson does this through a two-phase process. In the first phase, he studies Jesus’ advice to figure out what is happening in the culture around us while we seek to live the Missio Dei (mission of God). The second phase discusses how we communicate the Gospel and build our community in a culture that is so distinct from previous historical times.
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Terry Swenson is campus chaplain and associate professor of the School of Religion for Loma Linda University. He also is a leader of One Project, an international grassroots movement of young adult Seventh-day Adventists committed to Christ alone as their foundation of faith and action. His MDiv from Andrews University Seminary and DMin from George Fox University have enhanced his ministry with young people, as a pastor in California and for the past 11 years at Loma Linda.