The early church, known as The Way, was living out a radical form of community and embodying the Gospel's power of reconciliation as they went out and made disciples. What was unique about they way they lived their lives? What parts of this community allowed for them to live as an "upside-down kingdom" — and how were they able to do this in the midst of the oppressive Roman Empire?

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