Honor, respect, and truth are to be the watchwords for all followers of Christ Jesus who are lead to engage in public discourse.
to say what needs to be said, especially if it’s unpopular or difficult. That’s what this program is all about.
Rather than steering away from controversial or challenging issues, we head right for them. Too often, leaders feel that they cannot address what’s often directly in front of them because it might jeopardize their positions. Unfortunately, most of the time, they’re right.
So who can say the hard truths? Who can teach the parts of the Word that are offensive to our “civilized” ears? It’s quite simple. Only someone who is separate, an outsider with nothing to lose, can say what needs to be said.
The intent is to bring glory to God by calling the church to live up to her full potential as the spotless bride Christ longs for her to be. The program will challenge the status quo, call the church to repentance, and lift up the people and ministries that are breaking barriers and spreading the Gospel effectively.
There are times that we will step on a few toes or slaughter some sacred cows. A
few people might even be offended by what is said. But the Gospel itself is offensive
so the Word is likely to offend some as well. This is a no-
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What does that really mean? All too often, traditional Christian religion has created boxes that we as believers are often forced into either by the church or from outside. These boxes put limitations on our perception of God and what He will do and how He will do it. The truth is, we serve a God without limitations. If we are to fulfill the Great Commission, we must get outside the boxes we find ourselves in and discover the fullness of God and the love He demonstrated through His Son.
Sometimes, that means breaking some manmade rules or ignoring conventions. Musical style, dress code, and, above all, be willing to go where the unchurched are rather than waiting for them to come to us. What it doesn’t mean, however, is compromising on one letter of the Word of God. The box may be a cage but the Gospel breaks all boundaries. To truly be in Christ means to be out of the box.