A Confession To Previous Generations Within The Church

The things that you grew up with, that you treasured, that influenced you spiritually and helped guide you to God and helped you in His ways? I haven’t always valued them like you have. I haven’t always been respectful of them. And I’m sorry. [Click title to read more.]

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God’s Economy

God’s economy seems antithetical to the modern age we live in. I and most people I know would run back to get the sheaf of forgotten wheat, would linger to make sure we hadn’t left anything behind. And if we found any scraps on the ground we’d ask Pinterest how to use them to make centerpieces. To us, this sort of act seems sensible, and yet it runs directly opposite the commands of God. Leave the leftovers, He commands. They’re not for you to use. [Read more…]

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Why The Church Should Be A Bad Business

The danger in this is that – if we’re not careful – the loving and serving that the church is supposed to be doing can get submerged beneath a corporate outlook. The Message becomes a logo. Outreach becomes a business wherein believers supply love in exchange for attendance, salvations, and baptisms, and are tempted to move on when they see no signs of a harvest.

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