I find it ironic that Donnie McClurkin, a black man, was uninvited to perform at a civil rights concert because he acknowledged his ex-gay status.
While I enjoyed touring the churches, my visits were a mixed bag for me. For example, one of the more disconcerting things that I encountered was a commemortive to Charles Darwin in Westminster Abbey. I hope that I will not offend anyone when I say this, but for me Westminster Abbey was more museum than house of worship. I was awed by the rich history of England as I toured, but little about what I saw around me pointed me to worship of God
A quote from Augustine stimulated some thoughts on how Christians should respond to government corruption and the willful deceit of the people.
How should the church respond to Chreasters, those who attend on Christmas and Easter? Is there anything we can do to keep them coming? I think there is and it isn’t very complicated.