The church catches a lot of criticism for not innovating over the years, some of which is justifiable. According to statistics, culture reinvents itself every 3-5 years, where the church usually takes 35-40 years. There are big moments in history like reading the Bible in English, women's roles, and allowing the new instruments in Worship music, but what about smaller moments in our every day lives like justice, helping those in need, education, and more? Join us as we discuss this, why some of us enjoy spicy food and others don't, and more on this episode of the New Rules Podcast.
"The reason the church won't innovate in bringing real reconciliation is because the church is scared of what others will think. Pastors have become more concerned with tithers and Sunday attendance than bringing about real change." - @adriancrawford #newrulespodcast TWEET THIS!
"The church doesn't want to empower their people to do what they are need to do, because if they do, it's the fear that they won't give back to what you're trying to build." - @adriancrawford #newrulespodcast TWEET THIS!
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