In a world where traveling is easier than it has ever been, and ministry can happen in more exciting, imaginative ways than ever before, we are setting up shop and building our temples, and in the end, are we placing ourselves in sin’s way, not being moved by the spirit, but by the dictates of the cultural norms of safety and comfort?
Category: The Church around the world
Two tragedies. Two Facebook worthy stories people shared and talked about in the last two weeks. Personally I’ve never been to either of these places in depth, though I flew through Paris once years ago.First of all, Notre Dame Cathedral. An example of French Gothic Architecture, its construction begun in 1160 and finished 100 years…
The church is the bride of Christ and Jesus gave up His life for her. It will not be commandeered by distinct organizations and denominations. the church is not owned by man or is not a 501c3. It will be around long after the pope or Life church or Andy Stanley (don’t hate, I love the guy). And it has nothing to do with a building, though I understand the need and the desire for stability.