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Churches meeting in 10 joyfully creative ways

Church services have typically been confined to a singular way of meeting–one man lecturing everybody else. However, as in any activity, the same-ole-same-ole gets boring. Let’s open church up to the creativity of the Holy Spirit! Here are 10 alternative … Continue reading

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A bold belief about church

Here’s a bold belief: I believe that every Christian gathering needs to have an open mic (or an open platform). (How else can we obey I Corinthians 14:26 and 30?) Awakened Christ-followers need an outlet. When they are continually kept … Continue reading

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Church-swap Sunday idea

Let all the Christians(Including the preachers)On a certain SundayIn a particular townAsk God to send themTo a church other thanThe one they normally attendAnd when they gatherSay and doWhatever the risen JesusTells them to.Would that be chaos or glory?I believe … Continue reading

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The Sunday morning church plot

Every SundayThe plot’s the same.We’ve made church so tame. Church teaches Christians to listen to a preacher. Perhaps it would be more effective if it taught us to listen to our conscience. If a church isn’t empowering people to daily … Continue reading

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Christianity needs more “heartials” and fewer facials

Facials are fine, but what we all really need is heartials. When Christians gather with a “minister to me” attitude instead of a “let’s minister to one another” attitude, we miss much that God has for us. Perhaps a group … Continue reading

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Do the things you need to learn . . .

Too often Christianity presents Christ like a tame lion locked up in a cage on Sunday mornings. Dare we let Him out? Is Christianity, presented without wonder, passion, surprise, power, conviction, and awe, biblical Christianity? Perhaps Christians in church spend … Continue reading

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