September 25, 2020

Issues, Etc.

I have no idea why I like this so much.

Comments

  1. Ummm… because you’re in it? ;^)

    Thanks for the hint, I am going to check out their website and download something to listen to during the five-hour drive that lies ahead tomorrow!

  2. crowd grows larger and begins chanting for THE…imonk..imonk..imonk..imonk..imonk..imonk…

  3. New Grace Junkie says

    I can’t figure out why I love it so much either. What a great bunch of guests and then some Spencer guy has to add his two cents worth…

  4. because you want to be a lutie so bad. 😉

  5. Perhaps it is because it is one of the most Christ-centered radio programs out there?

  6. I agree – great show! Ironically, I’m listening to it right now.

  7. I don’t know why you like it, either. I really wan’t impressed.

    Kidding!

    Thanks for turning people onto this site.

  8. Kenny Johnson says

    I tried it, but couldn’t get into it. Maybe I’ll try again.

  9. Could it be……….SATAN!

  10. It’s because you’re smiling. 🙂
    😉

  11. Chad Winters says

    oh man!! Big Screen iMonk!!! My eyes!!

  12. Bishop b says

    Most pastors who attack the idea of a mega-church are simply making excuses for their own small sphere of influence. The very first church in Jerusalem had thousands. Big churches are not the problem. Shallow theology and consumer-driven church growth philosophies should be critiqued, but not big churches. We need more mega-churches since there are billions of people who need the truth of Jesus.

    A mega-church tribe leader

  13. Mega Church is an entire philosophy, not just a notice of numbers.

    Mega churches, when they do what large churches should do, are an asset.

    When they do what most American mega churches do, they are a major problem.

    I doubt that the church at Jerusalem paid their staff a quarter of a million and built a $70 million facility, but maybe I misread the text.

  14. Salaries commensurate with local living expenses and scope of responsibility do not bother me. Extravagant lifestyles and ignoring the poor is a greater problem. Buildings are expensive which why I advocate multi-site campuses and being as mobile as possible.

  15. Headless Unicorn Guy says

    I doubt that the church at Jerusalem paid their staff a quarter of a million and built a $70 million facility, but maybe I misread the text. — IMonk

    The only established “Megachurch” in Jerusalem at the time was up on the Temple Mount.

    That said, the other church at Jerusalem was noted for some street action at Pentecost and one big fight over whether to let the goyim in. In formal Church history the latter is known as “The Council of Jerusalem, AD 50”, but from the Book of Acts it sounds like a knock-down-drag-out.

  16. I don’t know why you like it either. If they had done this right, it would have been your picture being used as the still-shot before the video plays. 😉