There are 59 “one another” statements in the New Testament that are direct commands. Together, they define God’s desire for His people – how He wants us to interact in relationship with each other. The centerpiece of these “one another” exhortations is the repeated call to “love one another.” In fact, one could say that it is not possible to rightly live out the other “one anothers” without loving one another first. The Bible makes it clear that our faith is not an individual sport. In our modern age of isolation, the timeless message of Scripture calls us back to being the “body of Christ” – an interconnected amalgamation of diverse individuals living in community with each other. Over the course of this Bible study we will look at every “One Another” command in the Bible, and hopefully move closer to being the community God desires and Christ is praying for us to be. Lesson 1: Community Matters Lesson 2: Loving One Another Lesson 3: Ministering to One Another Lesson 4: Praying for One Another Lesson 5: Forgiving One Another Lesson 6: Encouraging One Another Author Bio Eddie Rasnake graduated with honors from East Tennessee State University. He and his wife, Michele, served 7 years with Cru at UVa, James Madison, and as campus director at the University of Tennessee. Eddie left Cru to join Wayne Barber at Woodland Park Baptist Church where he still serves as Senior Associate Pastor. He has authored dozens of books and Bible studies and has published materials in Afrikaans, Albanian, German, Greek, Italian, Romanian, Russian and Telugu. Eddie and his wife Michele live in Chattanooga, Tennessee.