So after a busy week and a car buying distraction I thought I’d get back to looking in more depth at the claims Dan Kimball made in They Like Jesus but not the Church and whether they apply in the UK in the same way.
In evaluating They Like Jesus But Not The Church I concluded that there are some differences between how emerging generations in the US and UK react to the church (see here and here) as well as some similarities (see here). I think this topic has to be chalked
This is the 3rd part (follow links for part 1, part 2) of my evaluation of They Like Jesus But Not the Church and whether the same issues apply here in the UK. I have to say on first glance Dan K has it bang on
This is the 2nd part (follow links for part 1) of my evaluation of They Like Jesus But Not the Church and whether the same issues apply here in the UK. I’m pretty sure that as the church is made up of humans that there will be
It’s a good question and one posed by my friend Ian Matthews on his blog. What do you think? Would Jesus be this hip?
I thought I’d follow on from my review of They Like Jesus but not the Church by blogging on the six issues that Dan K identified following his conversations with those who LJBNTC and evaluate a bit further whether these apply in the same way here
The church I lead meets in a school – it can be a right pain. Toilets facilities are inadequate and sometimes vandalised. Recently a first time visitor commented how distracted in worship she was by the healthy eating posters of jacket potatoes and milk around
Confessions of a Reformission Rev is an interesting book, didn’t take me too long to read (less than a week) of yet another mega-church in an American city, this time Seattle. Ok Seattle is the most unchurched in America with only 8% evangelical but I