Text in the morning. ConTXT at night.
Last night, we moved the ConTXT event into the Worship Center.
The event itself featured a panel discussion moderated by Chris Thayer our Discipleship Intern.
Rich Tuttle, our Pastor of Congregational Care, Ron Dozier, our Pastor of Missions & Community Impact, James-Michael Smith, formerly of the GS Staff and now an itinerate teacher & lecturer, and I made up the panel.
Chris led us through conversations regarding the Prosperity Gospel and Faith Healing and how reading Scripture in context is essential in wrestling with those two particular theologies.
Then there was a time for Q & A.
Whenever we got into a difficult situation, the default response was to turn to James-Michael and ask, “what do you think?”
ConTXT takes Father’s Day off and then reconvenes on June 27.
Wednesday’s post will feature some of the closing reflections from the Sunday morning message, which was a satellite view survey of the design of the Bible.