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Merry Christmas Everybody by Terry Grealey on Flickr. Some rights reserved.
Thoughts from Mark Dance on living out Jesus’ mission this Christmas.
British Preaching by Matt on Flickr. Some rights reserved.
Have we turned ‘God is love’ into ‘God is nice’? Have we turned ‘God is for me’ into ‘God is my butler’? Do we water down the Gospel in our desperation for new church members? And is that desperation more about maintaining our institution than introducing people to Christ?What message exactly do we proclaim?
What message exactly do we proclaim? Adam4D has an uncomfortable infographic on our lapse into ‘Moralistic Therapeutic Deism’. Read it – and if you don’t squirm, I’ll take your pulse.
Colorful Vision by Lu Lacerda on Flickr. Some rights reserved.
You have a vision for change, and for mission. But the church doesn’t get it. Maybe the church doesn’t want to get it. What do you do?
Carey Nieuwhof suggests a seven-point strategy.
Does this help you?
Here is the churches’ advert for this Christmas:
Clicking at the end of the video online takes you here, where you can find a few explanatory words and a further video, this one containing brief testimonies.
Christmas On Main Street by Justin Brown on Flickr. Some rights reserved.
Are you fed up with the commercialisation of Christmas? Are you cheesed off with the removal of Christ from Christmas? What can we do about it? Fight back? Campaign? Tell people off?
Rollin Grams has another suggestion. Read his proposal. Would this make for a more authentically Christian Christmas, and also be a witness to the world?
What do you think?