If there are 43 “one anothers” in the New Testament — serve one another, carry one another’s burdens, confess to one another — you can only do a couple of those in a church service. … The question is, “Who do you call when your brother ODs on cocaine? If your mom is in the hospital, who comes and sits in the waiting room with you? When you cannot pay your rent, who do you go to and say please help me out?” That’s your church.
–Rob Bell in an interview