8s For the most part, I really don’t enjoy listening to postgame, on-field interviews of athletes. If the interviewee is on the winning side, too often the interview amounts to boasting about how he is faster, stronger or smarter than his opponent. We live […]
Loing back on some of my church experiences, I suspect that I have been in than one church where the pastor confused ministry ends and means as Paul Tripp describes above.
Jesus d well and turned the world upside down.
May we, the church universal, do the same. May this Christmas be a time of rediscovery of how much we are d and a discovery of how we can better others.
When those outside the church criticize our lack of and hypocrisy, we respond as if we are being persecuted. But much of the perceived “persecution” is self-inflicted. We are rightly condemned by the culture around us when we fail to represent Jesus well.