Drive-Thru Church [video]

Tongue in cheek but pretty funny!  It focuses too much on individual wants and doesn't address churches that refuse to accommodate in reasonable ways a changing culture around them.  But still funny.

3 comments:

Songbird September 15, 2009 at 4:01 PM  

Okay, I love that. It points up how distant more traditional churches are from the world, because most of the church people I know would not even *get* what these requests were about.

Stephen Lingwood September 17, 2009 at 11:34 AM  

A perfect parable of consumerism in the church. There's trying to be missionaly relevant to a culture, and there's "serving up" what people want like they're consumers. "Making disciples" ain't the same as attracting people to your product.

Mikes Sumondong September 17, 2009 at 11:12 PM  

I don't find it funny at all. I really think that this video must teach us something about the real christianity. I mean Christianity is where Christ is glorified and is more while we are less. It's not about us but about Him who is the Lord of all!

it's time to check our faith once again. far be it that we would just go through the motions of being a christian but not really a christian.

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