What can turn church problems around, and what can bring Millennials back? A great start is admitting we’ve failed them. If there’s one thing Millennials crave and value, its transparency, honesty, authenticity, being real. Repentance is part of that.
Reformation: The First Layer of our Foundation
It is time that churches see the need for reform, and see that we are here to help.
“The Millennial Crisis”
Churches have never worried a whole lot about young adults. The prevailing attitude is, "They'll come back when they settle down, get married and have kids." It just isn't happening. Churches can't afford to willfully deny the looming crisis.
Social Media: Making a Fad of Christianity
For anyone else annoyed at the "Share or You Don't Love Jesus" posts.
A value many Christians (and by extension, their churches) hold dear is "reputation." It's easy to see why this is NOT a particularly godly value.
God & Twinkies
One of our Fat Beggars operatives in a state far, far away sends us this video that dramatizes quite nicely our sense of bearing the image of God with the poor by throwing a little party. I hope you will click the link and watch this: Thank you (Other) Agent D! via …This Just In… —... Continue Reading →
The Freemason Freefall
What does freemasonry have to do with church? And can we learn from what they are now doing?
How God Views Death
God doesn't see death the same way we do. We shouldn't fear it if we take his view.
The Counterculture Counterfeit
The gaping blind spot in most Christians' theology is this: We are not called to be countercultural. We are called to be Christlike. And those don't always conflict.
Redefining the term: “church”
"we" are the church; not the building we go to on Sunday!