Speaking in a kindly Southern drawl, University of Indianapolis medical student Todd George, 25, explained why most traditional churches turn him off.
"You're supposed to know the answer to every question about God," he said. "And if you don't, you're somehow inferior."
When he left his hometown of Spartanburg, S.C., to attend Brevard College in North Carolina, George discovered what he called a "community church." "It was so much more laid back," he said. "A lot of the religious jargon that you would normally hear -- 'Salvation comes to those who repent' -- wasn't used. What they said didn't have to be decoded." Read More.
Friday, February 22, 2008
How young Christians are changing the face of church
The emergent Church is going to make an impact whether people are prepared for it or not:
Posted by Ron Ballew at 2/22/2008