How would you like to be part of a group of people who were always concerned with your best interests? A group of people who were consistently and genuinely looking out for your well-being? They would be loyal to you. They would encourage you. They would build you up. That would be great. But you're probably thinking: what a longshot. Because, after all, we meet people all the time who are in it for themselves - only looking out for Number One. Wouldn't it be nice to be a part of group that was different, a group committed to other-oriented love? Longshot...right? Well, I believe that this kind of community life is a real possibility. And I believe it because that is the vision of community that Paul holds before the Philippian Christians in his letter to them. He tells them to regard one another with the mind of Christ looking not to their own interests but to the interests of others. It turns out that Paul thought the Philippians could actually live into this vision. And he commended Timothy and Epaphroditus as men who embodied this vision of what it looks like to be Christlike in real life. Check out this week's podcast for more on embodying the mind of Christ consistently...comprehensively...entirely.