The Church Has Left The Building
Now that this pandemic has ripped the masks off of everyone, showing us all who we really are in a crisis, we have a chance to reevaluate what we think we all mean when we say 'Church'.
Ask any stranger on the street to tell you what 'church' means and chances are they will describe a building. It might be stonework and gothic architecture, it might have a steeple, it might be a storefront, some slapped-together generic prefab metal building, or even a converted stadium. but it will be SOME sort of a building.
Ask your typical Christian that same question and they will hesitate between that same answer and the one most believers only pay lip service to, namely: the Church is a people, not a building.
All was well until, suddenly -- Boom.
Along comes a pandemic to throw a wrench into literally every aspect of daily life, where all the things we used to take for granted are explicitly forbidden.
What do we do when the ordinary habit of 'going to church' stops being an option?
That really depends on what Church has been to you... and how far we've wandered from the Apostles' example.
Fair warning: most of you are NOT ready for this week's show. It'll step on some toes, could even leave some blisters where it chafes you.
You might want to keep some money handy for the swear jar, just in case. But we can promise you this much -- if you CAN handle it, it WILL be worth it.
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