None of us is lovable all of the time–and no one can make us feel worse than those closest to us. So we keep others at arm’s length to protect ourselves, rather than reaching out for relationship. But think of who Jesus invited into his life and ministry. They weren’t always lovable. Yet he modeled perfect love for us and showed how the mark of a spiritually mature believer is engaging with others in meaningful relationships. In The Power of Together, pastor and author Jim Putman looked at the critical importance of “doing life” in close fellowship with other believers. Now he helps readers apply those truths to their lives with this interactive workbook, perfect for small groups or individuals.