Opportunity Knocks…And I Need Your Help!


Yes, opportunity has knocked and I need your help. A friend of mine has started a church in our capital city which is very information/media driven. They are very open to new ideas and are very culture-centric. They have started a new blog series called “CityView” and invited me to be a guest blogger on their site in a few weeks to present my perspective on any topic I choose. The concept behind CityView is as follows:

Faith is everywhere. or lack of faith. Either way, there’s a bigger conversation occurring in our city than just a single church or a single faith perspective. Instead of becoming an insular community, we hope that [name of church] can be a place that listens to & engages in the broader faith conversation in our city. CityView is our first shot at doing just that. We’d love for you to share your faith perspective with us in this new blog series.

Whether we agree on this perspective is not the point. The point is that I am going to be able to blog about anything at all and I was wanting to get ideas from anyone out there who wants to give me their input. If you had a chance to stand up to the mic at a Sunday-going-church, what would you say? I would really like for you to submit your thoughts as to what you feel are some important “points” that need to be addressed in greater Christendom from a Messianic perspective. Please submit your thoughts in the comments section of this post.

Rules for submissions:

  1. Be nice
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2 Replies to “Opportunity Knocks…And I Need Your Help!”

  1. The need for cultural context in understanding the Bible.

    If you want to take it a step further, you could make a case for life application as a tool for deeper understanding. For example, it’s one thing to study about Passover as it relates to Jesus’ death and resurrection, but it is even more enlightening and personally impacting when you participate in a seder, abstain from chametz, and conduct your life along the same calendar.

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