Gospel-centered communities are both a strength and joy for those in Christ. The world preaches a popular false-gospel where we are told that we must prove ourselves and seek to live for our own glory. The Church is God’s possession and we are free to live counter-culturally with the power of the Gospel. Gospel-centered communities place us in relationships with other people who aren’t out to make a name for themselves, but whose aim is God’s glory. We don’t brag by comparison or sulk in our failures, because our value and standing in life is sealed up in the work and perfection of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Being fully satisfied in Christ we serve and love not to gain anything from the world, but to seek God’s work and glory. Gospel-centered communities keep us Gospel-centered individually, and we all need to hear the Good News in real time all the time.