Not too long ago I hosted a giveaway for simulcast passes for the upcoming Gospel Project experience. Check out the new promo video for the event:
If you’re in the Nashville area and want to be physically present for the event, there are details over on the Gospel Project website.
I have sometimes warned about these discernment bloggers that are now all over the Internet, but somewhere in the back of my mind I’ve reserved a place for them. I’ve allowed myself to believe that they may serve a helpful purpose, that even while they go too far at times, a lot of their information is helpful. I’ve occasionally found myself visiting some of the sites, reading their articles, and justifying it all in my mind. After all, it is important that I know the truth about Christian leaders and their ministries, isn’t it?
Yesterday morning I tweeted this: “The marriage controversy is not unrelated to the fact that many churches will be overdosing on silliness this Sunday.”
Some asked me what I meant by it. This is what I meant:
Ligonier’s president, Chris Larson, sits down with author Steven Lawson to discuss his book, The Heroic Boldness of Martin Luther:
“We don’t have bulletins”, said the pastor quite proudly.
“Why not?”, enquires a sheepish visitor.
The pastor confidently answers, “We want to give the Spirit freedom to work and move in our worship services. We do not want to be shackled and confined by some order of service”.