By Rhonda Jones The other day I was having a conversation with a friend regarding the lack of spirituality in the church. I was telling my friend that I had spent over 20 years being a faithful member in one church or another. I participated in many groups and committees, was on the witnessing team, […]
I recently received a letter asking, what kind of Christian are you because I don’t believe that practicing yoga, or Christian yoga is anti-god and God told me not to become a slave to fear.
I believe that one of the problems we have with Christianity is the need to want to turn everything Christ-related into a program, a curriculum, a procedure, a method, a specialty, or as Peter proposed, a monument.
Is a sermon about contemplation and meditation enough for Christians to make time with God a daily practice? Do pastors not only need to talk about reverent silence, contemplation, and Christian meditation, but practice it as a body as well? And if so, how?
Legalism and the church, isn’t that an oxymoron?