Brotherhood is about people—the people who make up your congregation, and mine. It is about accepting people and helping them. It is about allowing people to help us. It is about loving people—even the ones that we almost wish we could hide when visitors come to church. It is about relizing that each brother and sister in the congregation is someone special—a gift from God to our congregation.
The body of Christ is made up of people—real people with real weaknesses (and real strengths, though we may not always notice them). When we reject any of these poele, we reject Christ. To remain in the body of Christ, we must learn brotherhood.
That is what this book is all about.