I heard the best phrase earlier this year. A guest speaker at my sister’s church was talking about that famous evangelical phrase, “Love the sinner, hate the sin.” The speaker went on to congratulate Christians everywhere, himself included, because we are so good at that phrase. Especially the second part. We’re so good at the second part, in fact, that we really don’t get around to the first. His suggestion was
It’s hard to find a church. The church we’ve been to the last several Sundays has a few things I really love, and it has things we’re unsure about. Michael and I don’t even agree on some things. It’s easier not to go at all. But still, yesterday I got up compelled to go again. I want to go somewhere so much. At this church it’s the music and communion that keep
I borrowed this picture from Anne & May because I’m over on their site today as a guest blogger while May is on honeymoon, and this is the picture they used for my post on church hopping. I’ve never known (or used really) that phrase as anything but a negative. On my post there, though, you’ll see what I’ve learned to love about it. UPDATE: The blog referenced no longer exists.