My brother and I were talking two nights ago and I wanted to share the takeaway from our conversation: We're tired of pastors over emphasizing Bible reading. It often becomes the only application point in sermons. What if we emphasized love in action instead? What if we used scripture as a tool to educate us, motivate us and shape us toward living out love? But most sermons are like a friend encouraging us to read "How to go on a date" over and over and never actually... Go on a date.


I grew up with that kind of preaching. Lots of talk, no action. They didn't even evangelize, while saying they believed in ECT... Christendom is just a weird book club for a lot of people.

A common thread I've noticed among Liturgists peeps is that we all took everything more seriously than our peers, or were more concerned for the lives of the"lost."

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