Thursday, October 18, 2007

The Future of the Church

I haven't been blogging lately because life has been crazy and I am tired. Not tired like depressed or getting old (ok maybe a little is getting old), I have been working a job where I leave the house at about 6:30am and get home around 5pm. Then I play with my 4 kiddos, eat with the family, and help with the bedtime routine. After that, around 9:30pm, I can do anything I want like blog, read blogs, talk to my wife, or sleep. You do the math.

Hopefully, I will get the hang of this new schedule soon so that I can get back to writing and the blogosphere. There is a lot going on right now with Catalyst Europe/France. There are lots of things in the works and we continue to have people contacting us from Europe to see how we can work together. I hope to be able to share more soon. Keep praying for us. I know that God wants to do something in Europe through Catalyst Europe that is much bigger than us.

For now take a look at some thoughts about the future church from Craig Groeschel:

The future church will be made up of believers who:

  • Are sick of living in material comfort while millions starve to death.
  • Make money to give more than to consume.
  • Believe in the power of prayer and fasting.
  • Are willing to suffer for the cause of Christ.
  • Will be engaged in missions both locally and internationally.
  • See it as their role to lead people to Christ.
  • See it as their role to help people in need.
Read more here.

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