What happen to the good old days when church was the center of the community and ministers were considered to be wise community leaders. The church had a tremendous amount of influence from Hollywood to NYC. People lined up on Sunday to go to church as the whole town shut down in honor of the Lord’s Day. During the week, people lined up to see Charlton Heston bring Moses and Ben Hur to life on the silver screen. Movies with titles like, The Greatest Story Ever Told, The Robe, and Quo Vadis won hearts in the theaters and Oscars at the Academy Awards. It was a time when the Gospel was, as Paul told Timothy, “in season.”
But now the Church is no longer the most powerful influence in the community. Ministers are often suspected and Hollywood has turned organized religion into the d “the devil with the blue dress on.” What are we to do? If we sit in our pews and long for the good old days we will be a grounded church. We will lose what little influence we have left in the world. Tune in this month as we discuss “The 21-Century Church”
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