Sunday, February 17, 2008

What I Love About

In one of my previous posts called "What I Hate About" I asked the question, what do you dislike about the 21st century church?

Let's flip that question with this post:

What do you love about the 21st century church?

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8 comments:

Jason Curlee said...

I really love the heart of worship that is shown in a lot of the worship music.

I also love that churches are starting to see the value of groups to build community.

rindy said...

I love that churches are beginning to show that being a Christian isn't about being perfect and having it all together.

Jason Curlee said...

So true Rindy...I can see more and more churches and pastors beginning to let the mask of perfection come down.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate the relationships that I have gained because of those gatherings.

INTELBLKMN said...

I love that the walls of separation are starting to come down.
The love of God shows that there isn't a lot of difference between us at all.

Jason Curlee said...

Anonymous - I can relate...some of my longest and best friendships have come from relationships formed in church.

Jason Curlee said...

intelblkmn - even though they say Sunday morning is the most racially segmented time I do think walls are coming down in this century. People of like racial backgrounds do tend to gather together put there is more of an acceptance with younger generations.

Gina McClain said...

There seems to be a fluidity that people accept now in the church. No more stringent set of rules of adherence (or the lack of) that define your level of spirituality. As long as the fruits of the Spirit are evident, the variety of approaches are not as strongly dictated.