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Doing all things possible, to reach as many as possible..

One church in America, which incidentally has staff member Dan Sutherland (author - Transitioning a Church), is giving out shot glasses to let people know about their church.




10:41 am

I dont know about anyone else, but that seems a little unwise to me.

what if there is a recovering alcoholic? I know there's nothing in there, and it has a cute little catchy phrase...but it still seems a little silly to me.

  Mark Edwards

11:27 am

I understand your concerns....but if it reaches people for Christ, and destroys some perceptions, why not.

As for the silliness of it, who cares as long as it works.

  Glenn Globber

9:23 pm

I once had a friend who was being interviewed for a youth ministry position at a church here in Oz. The senior pastor said something like I want 500 young people through these doors by the end of the year with which my friend replied, get me a few kegs of beer and I'll can have 500 here next week!
Whatever it takes right?

  Mark Edwards

10:39 pm

get the youth pastor to send me his resume! :)


8:53 am

If getting 500 kids to show up is all your after then maybe you should approach "Corey" about your Youth Pastor position ;)


  Mark Edwards

12:03 pm

I dont think I could afford him...looks to me like he has a lucritive media career in front of him....sigh...


2:55 pm

I meant silliness as in it's a bit silly to do something that could so easily pull them into something they have struggled with for a long time.

I'm all for destroying perceptions, but maybe in a more thoughtful way.

  Glenn Globber

5:20 pm

Totally agree Bek, but I'm probably a bit more blunt as I think it's not just silly but totally irresponsible. It's also a shame that coming to know Jesus has to be sold by giving away a shot glass.

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