Category: church

Savior When in Dust to Thee

Thoughts on Lent and online collaborations

On this edition of Radical Grace Radio we’re joined by Dan Engle of both necessaryroughness.org and Lutherantimeout.org to talk about our recent online collaboration on a hymn for his Timeout Podcast. The hymn is Savior when in Dust to Thee, and we had a blast doing it. Also for a limited time, if you donate to either Lutherantimeout or Radical Grace Radio, you’ll get a copy of the Master track (lossless studio version) of them hymn.

Also Lent for beginners. Yes, that’s you. Get your repent on!


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Finding a Christian Church

Amid the noise and haste

In this first part of a two part discussion on what is a church, Pastor Gary and I start with a problem that we discussed last week about people not knowing what church is, or even if it’s Christian or not. It’s interesting that people would equate the word “church” with anything other than Christian, and it’s even more interesting that people, rather than actually find out or ask what church is, make up a definition on the fly. But what if one day you suddenly find that you need a church? How would you recognize a church? Is it where they sing songs? And listen to a guy “preach” about living a so called Christian life by giving you pointers about morals and such?
What if it’s not about that at all? What about a place where God has promised to be for you?

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Also, we discovered something interesting about people these days. The word “church” does not, in people’s minds, automatically mean it’s about Christian anything. In the minds of many people, Church could be Muslim or Christian, or any given sect of any religion. Strange, of course, since the word used to be exclusively Christian.


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