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A Place to Belong

Learning to Love the Local Church

Megan Hill

A Place to Belong

Learning to Love the Local Church

Megan Hill



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Christians know church is important, but sometimes it doesn't seem worth the effort to connect. An eclectic assortment of people with differing personalities, political views, and parenting styles can make for awkward interactions and difficult connections. What's the point of putting in the tough work to build relationships?

But the Bible says God's people ought to be bound together. It uses words like beloved, brothers and sisters, saints, and fellow laborers to describe their mutual relationship in the church.

In this book, Megan Hill answers a common question of churchgoers: What's so great about the church? With rich theology, practical direction, and study questions for group use, Hill encourages and equips both first-time visitors and regular members to delight in being a part of the local church no matter how messy and ordinary it seems today. It is only when God's people begin to see one another as the Lord sees them that they will truly find a place to belong.


  • Examines what the Bible says about the priority and blessing of the church
  • Encourages and equips readers for commitment to local church life
  • Focuses on the relationships of the members to the church
  • Includes discussion questions and further study recommendations for each chapter
  • Audience: Church members; pastors and church leaders; readers investigating the local church; Sunday school and small-group leaders
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Megan Hill

Megan Hill is a pastor’s wife living in Massachusetts and an editor for The Gospel Coalition. She is the author of three books: A Place to Belong: Learning to Love the Local ChurchContentment: Seeing God’s Goodness, and Praying Together: The Priority and Privilege of Prayer: In Our Homes, Communities, and Churches. Her writing has appeared in various publications including Christianity Today, The Washington Post, Today in the Word, Reformation 21, Focus on the Family, Desiring God, and Tabletalk. She belongs to West Springfield Covenant Community Church (PCA).

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