Changing Perceptions: Sheltered

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Author and speaker Margaret Feinberg urges Christians to be connected to our culture: How do you stay connected? Relationship. Talk to people. Everyone. Anyone. Ask questions. Lots. Listen closely to the answers. Open up your life to strangers, visitors, and Continuer la lecture Changing Perceptions: Sheltered

Changing Perceptions: Sheltered

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The late John Stott, rector emeritus at All Souls Church, London and founder of the Langham Partnership addresses the tension between being sheltered and living as an anointed one. If we belong to Jesus Christ, we have a double calling in relation to Continuer la lecture Changing Perceptions: Sheltered

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This series reflects the negative perspectives that nonChristians have of Christians and how Christians can change these perspectives in order to best reflect Christ and his love. Americans find Christians to be sheltered (the Barna Group‘s 2007 surveys indicate that Continuer la lecture What does it mean to be a Christian: Sheltered and Anointed Ones Post 4

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When asking people to describe Christianity, the Barna Group found several provacative analogies: The Titanic -a ship about to sink, but totally unaware of its fate. A powerful amplifier – undermined by poor wiring and weak speakers. Cats – they look like they’re Continuer la lecture What does it mean to be a Christian: Sheltered and Anointed Ones Post 3