Thinking Differently

 

 

 

 

I don’t care what you think of beer.

That’s not what this is about. 

Go read this and come back and answer this. (HT- Mark Nikirk

How come this looks more Gospel-like than a lot of us?

 

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3 Responses to “Thinking Differently”

  1. Brant Says:

    That is far out.

    “Here, make your own. We’ll help.”

    And yes, this does have applications for those toiling in the fiefdoms of church culture. I think that culture is changing, for the better, but this is still a nice analogy.

  2. seaton garrett Says:

    Big and established, sharing resources (and customers), with smaller unknowns, to help them through hard times. Would my church do that for your group if you needed some help? I hope we would, but…

  3. Ken Says:

    Apparently Sam Adams knows the Benjamin Franklin truth – Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy. They are helping spread the love.

    I think that often we Christians need examples like this to

    1) remind us of how we should be acting, and/or
    2) show that Christians don’t have a monopoly on doing the decent thing. I sometimes find that Christians discount good deeds that are not done explicitly under a Christian banner.

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