Written from within the no-man’s land which divides the faithful Church and the radical anarchist movement, Without Borders explores the human tendency to reinforce structures that keep people separated from one another. Taking examples and teachings from the life of Jesus, paired with personal stories of journeying with activists, squatters, anarchists and rebels, Rob Schellert demonstrates theologically and practically how individuals and communities can break down the barriers that separate us from them. A challenge for professionals, pensioners, pranksters, pew-warmers and pub-crawlers to meaningfully engage the other.
Winsome and passionate, Rob Schellert is a new voice inviting us to pattern our lives on Jesus’ offer of absolute hospitality from God, to live without borders and to be utterly present with others. Without Borders is both readable and challenging. It is a gift to the church.Michael Frost, author, The Shaping of Things to Come, Exiles and The Road to Missional
Published Year: 2013
Publisher: Catalyst Pressings