How to be a Perfect Christian: Review

#PRHpartner The Bee uses plenty of light sarcasm to jab at Christianity's current culture—whether churches or books or radio—not to make fun of it (entirely), but more so to point out its flaws. And perhaps, open the eyes of those trying so hard to get everything just right. And the best way to do that is through humor.

Advertisements

What makes a ‘blessed church’?

In 2000, Robert Morris started Gateway Church out of a humble home church. Within a dozen years, it has spawned to more than 20,000 people. How did this happen? With God's blessing of course, but not without a wise action plan. In “The Blessed Church,” Morris writes about his action plan to encourage church leaders …

Continue reading What makes a ‘blessed church’?

You Lost Me…and why it’s so important

http://www.heartsandmindsbooks.com/you-lost-me.jpg David Kinnaman goes from the outsider's perspective of Christianity to the insider's view in “You Lost Me,” his follow up to “UnChristian.” Here, he examines why there has been so many drop-out churchgoers from ages 18 to 29. Kinnaman discusses that there are generally three types of drop-outs: Nomads (those who walk away from church …

Continue reading You Lost Me…and why it’s so important

Perception is reality, and why it matters in Christianity

Based on national survey data from Barna Group, David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons brought together three years of research that discusses what people on the outside really think of Christians, and why. The overwhelming result was that Christians are in a bad light; and for being “the light,” that's not good news. How are we …

Continue reading Perception is reality, and why it matters in Christianity