Can A Church Be Too Relevant?

Written by Doug Giles on July 26, 2019

Cringy, irrelevant churches are a real problem. But there’s another one that’s just as bad… or maybe worse.

Q: What could be worse than a church that’s so weird and dated that it steps on its own message?

A: A church that no longer has any Christian message to offer.

My buddy Rich’s three-minute blast breaks down what a ‘too-relevant’ church looks like and how Christians can avoid falling into that ditch.

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