For much of our history, Christianity has been often been a one man show. There has always been a Pope type figure reigning supreme, and calling all the shots. Today's podcast envisions a church without any Popes.
No matter how big or how small, every church has two churches within her. There is an odd disconnect between the platform and the pew, and it's been this way for centuries, inspite of all our different church models. Today's podcast is all about asking some tough questions and starting a conversation. How can we bridge this gap? How can we become one church?
Should the church "focus on the family" when it comes to her life and ministry? In today's podcast, I call this into question, and why our idolatry of the family unit is a threat to the gospel and the church.
There is nothing like "nostalgia" to help remind us of a world that never existed. The good old days may have been great, but they were not as great as we remember...