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The foundation for this book is based on Jesus’ life and ministry for believers to live in spiritual vitality, which incorporates God’s mission for all people to know Him personally. The focus of community relational soul care (CRSC) is to equip, encourage, strengthen, and love one another in the Body of Christ so that believers will be healthy disciples for their journey of life. Relational soul caregivers gather as ministers of God, sharing a collective focus on Jesus Christ, who fellowship and nurture one another to spiritual vitality individually and in community (Acts 2:42). They are disciples of Jesus Christ who minister to one another. They are not counselors, but they can be.

God created His family: they are called the children of God‒the saints. They do His work all for the glory of the Triune community. Relational soul caregivers are believers in community who have a relationship with God and one another. Relationships are vital in a believer’s journey to grow to spiritual vitality. It is important to grow together and help one another to be like Jesus.

Believers are part of the Body of Christ as “members one of another”. Paul says, “And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in one body. And be thankful”. Community relational soul caregivers, as spiritual-aid fellowship, can help one another stay in the peace of Christ and grow in maturity. They bring God’s love, grace, and mercy to others while they help shepherd one another to spiritual vitality.