In that same vein, entering and exiting the building doesn't determine when we put on or take off our identity as "the Church." As one who has entrusted their life in the risen Jesus Christ, you and I are the Church at all times, in all places. (Tweet, tweet?)
This week I'll be writing seven letters to seven different groups of people in the Christian Church. They will be biblically based and filled with Scripture to show where I am pulling my insights from.
The series is affectionately titled, Dear Church.
IMPORTANT NOTE: I am exploring and discovering my faith just as much as the next person. These letters are not intended to prove, argue, or bully my way into any type of authority when it comes to knowing, being, or living out faith.
Some of the letters are heavily based on my own personal experience and some on the experiences of others.
Writing these has played a pivotal point in my journey as a follower of Christ.
I do not want to preach. I want to converse.
I do not want to tell. I want to ask.
I do not want to plaster guilt. I want to invite freedom.
I hope you enjoy this series and feel free to give your two cents along the way in the comment section below. I'd like to hear your perspectives, especially if you fit into one of the category letters.
The series will begin Sunday, March 9, 2014.