We talk a lot on Break Point about engaging the culture. But why — and how, exactly — do we do that?
Back in the old days — so I'm told — Christians used to compete with one another to see who could reject culture the most. Sometimes this was good and necessary.
For example, whatever you think of the Temperance Movement of the early 1900s, there is no doubt that it addressed a massive social problem — widespread public drunkenness and addiction to alcohol.
Sometimes to embrace a good thing, such as a faithful walk with Christ, we must first reject a bad thing. But sometimes we reject things that maybe we shouldn't, because rejecting them means cutting ourselves off from contact with people who need to hear about Jesus....Read more at CHRISTIAN POST
Friday, February 5, 2016 10:59:00 AM