New Podcast Airs: Angst Between Innies and Outies

Our latest edition of The God Journey entitled The Angst Between Innies and Outies has just been posted on our sister website thegodjourney.com.

Christianity Today’s current review of George Barna’s book, Revolution, highlights the misunderstanding and increasing polarization between those who see the church only as a traditional congregation and those looking for more relational expressions of body life. Wayne and Brad wade into the conflict between those who are in and those who are out to invite us all to lower the temper of the debate and open the doors of communication and compassion between fellow-believers however he calls us to walk out our life in him. It is easy to understand why those who embrace more traditional forms would feel threatened by those leaving it, and why those leaving might feel the need to condemn what failed them so. But is this really serving Father’s purpose in the world?

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  1. George January 13, 2006 at 4:44 am

    After reading the article all I can say is that after 4 years of walking outside the box I have discovered that to argue what a person believes is “God Given” is to argue foolishly. I, thanks in part to your teaching Wayne have learned that if “it” is helping you walk more closely with Father then have at it with all of your might. I only ask that you trust Father enough to lead me to His Truth in His time. And allow me freedom to live free.

    Peace
    George

  2. George January 13, 2006 at 7:44 am

    After reading the article all I can say is that after 4 years of walking outside the box I have discovered that to argue what a person believes is “God Given” is to argue foolishly. I, thanks in part to your teaching Wayne have learned that if “it” is helping you walk more closely with Father then have at it with all of your might. I only ask that you trust Father enough to lead me to His Truth in His time. And allow me freedom to live free.

    Peace
    George

  3. Mikael Olesen January 20, 2006 at 4:08 pm

    Hi Wayne

    I totally agree. Sometimes us leavers can be a pain in the butt and just as “bad” as the folks we left.
    I we are pround and think we are better than those in the established church we might as well have stayed in the structures. If we believe that we have seen something that are more relational and real we ourselfes must be keepers and maintainers of relationships, not destroying them.

    Kind Regards
    Mikael

  4. Mikael Olesen January 20, 2006 at 7:08 pm

    Hi Wayne

    I totally agree. Sometimes us leavers can be a pain in the butt and just as “bad” as the folks we left.
    I we are pround and think we are better than those in the established church we might as well have stayed in the structures. If we believe that we have seen something that are more relational and real we ourselfes must be keepers and maintainers of relationships, not destroying them.

    Kind Regards
    Mikael

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