iMonk Classic: Christian without the Adjectives
Of course, I’m not talking about a church renting a place as the sole user. I’m talking about renting a theater for a couple hours a week. That is a far different equation. Think of it as a story problem.
I am not convinced that house church is the answer either. It might be, but the concept is not without problems. There are other ways to do church somewhere between house church and megachurch. Some of those ways need a lot less money to thrive and they may end up being more missional if the […]
I have kind of come to see that: The church doesn’t need to have a lawn to mow The church doesn’t need an office staff The church doesn’t need bulletins The model we are using may have worked for us once upon a time, but it isn’t suitable for today. It’s too expensive, it’s too […]
I hope that my own church experience is aberrant, but if it is, it is pretty consistently aberrant in my life. Because I have moved a lot, I’ve been in a lot of churches. Only two or three of them, and only two or three of the pastors, were above board about finances. And some […]
I’m being only slightly hyperbolic and strongly provocative when I say that tipping is more holy than tithing. I’m not talking about giving to the church in general, but in the requirement that ten percent of my gross income belongs to the local church and the powers that be in that church can use for […]
I’m with you, Kent. I’ve come to believe that tipping is more holy than tithing.
My problem, Mark, would not be so much with whom the pastor tapped to succeed him as with the fact that pastor is the one who gets to do the tapping.
The only humility I see in the neo-reformed bunch is false humility. Is that what the book is about?
With qualifications, books are for book lovers and ebooks are for book readers. I am both and I use both. There is absolutely no arguing with the ability to carry hundreds or thousands of books with you. There is also no argument against the tactile and olfactory pleasure of a real book.