Movie night for youth group has always been too complicated an issue.
For the most part, if it’s totally appropriate it’s boring. If it’s engaging, there’s too many fast-forward moments to remember.
Then we’ll just watch Shrek.
Of course, the issue is a little more nuanced than that. But it does bring up a good question: Should Christian content always be family friendly?
What does family friendly even mean? For that matter, what does Christian mean?
That’s what we’re talking about in this week’s podcast.
I imagine everyone believes they are part of a good church.
Have you considered what being a good church means? How do you know if you’re good? Is that something you measure, nurture or plan?
What do you do if you’re in bad church?
That’s a whole lot of questions to throw at you. But church is important. So it’s worth your consideration.
In this week’s episode, I asked the guys what makes a good church. We considered that good might not even be the best word to use.
I’m processing the fact that the US surpassed 500,000 Covid-related deaths over the weekend.
I’ve had family members endure having the virus. I’ve known friends who have passed away from it.
How do you respond to a number like that?
I couldn’t help talk about it on this week’s podcast.