Some time back, I was involved with in a discussion with an atheist friend who tried to make the point that Christians as a group are some of the most immoral people they knew. Those weren’t the exact words but that’s a good approximation of the gist of what he said. It got me thinking. … More Why Christianity over Atheism?
Weekend Musings Conclusion: Sojourners Change the World (Part 6) One result of living like sojourners, knowing we are bathed in the blood of the cross, and identified with the sacrifice of our Savior and desiring to emulate Him as close as possible, will be a powerful stimulus to less homogeneity in our congregations and fewer … More Sojourners Change the World, So Let’s Not be Settlers
Monday Discussion I am convinced that the church needs to re-learn how to be the church in the neighborhood. Thirty-five years of seeker-sensitive, seeker-targeted methodology has created congregations that have no ability to herald the gospel and who can do little more than invite people to programs. Our people need to be retaught, after the … More Living for the Gospel-Good of Our Neighbors