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Tag: Hope

Why Me? Why Not?

In many ways the asking of this question reminds us of our current fallen status regardless of Christ’s work in our lives.

The Good Ole Days

"The reality of it is, the “good ole days” are a myth. A figment of our active imagination and short memories looking for reprieve from thoughtful interaction with the world around us because, well it means we have to change, and change can be really hard."

Christianity the Consumer Product (Part III): Sold Out For Jesus (TCM)

I asked a question at the beginning of the last post, a question that continues to resonate within me as I write this post almost 2 weeks later. That question was, “When did Jesus stop being enough?” We have need now to draw people into worship, into community, into the event that is “church” and in the midst of it all, who is glorified, who is the focus? Many churches making decision based on what is trendy or new or cutting edge such places generally place their own image or “church” ahead of the person of Jesus.