The Secret, the Gym, and the Evil web site
January 10, 2008
I have to tell you I don’t know if I’ve been this excited for a service in my entire life. This Sunday at Fellowship Church something is going to happen that I’ve never seen done at a church before. I’m sure it has happened sometime somewhere, but as for me, never come across it, and I’m totally juiced about it.
Wish I could tell you the secret, but I can’t, so you’ll just have to make your way to Fellowship Church in Holden, Mass this Sunday, the 13th, at 11:00 am to see it. Sorry 9:30ers, this one’s for a later time period.
Also,I might be starting to play in a basketball league this Monday. I’m not totally sure, but if I do, it would be on Monday the 14th in Rutland, and I would be playing in a 30 and over league. Can you believe that? Im totally out of shape as far as basketball is concerned, but it would require getting back in shape – an event which I’m ready to do again.
By the way, I’ve been to the gym 4 times a week for the last 4 weeks now. Thanks for your support!
My favorite thing about this week’s blogging has been this: I had someone tell me that one of the site’s on my blog had an evil link to it and I should be more careful about what I’m allowing on my site.
I was frantic.
I looked all through my site and my blogs searching for the smut or the porn that someone could have placed on my blog. I couldn’t believe someone would do that. Well, I could believe it, I just didn’t want to.
After some time searching for the evil, I finally found out that the site I was looking for was a site of our small groups director who asked the question,”Will we go to heaven?” and then explained why he was asking the question. I don’t often reply to blogs in great detail, and this was no exception, but evidently this was a bad question to ask.
Though I believe that we will go to heaven when we have a relationship with Christ, I also believe Jeff has a point and a perfectly good right to ask the question. I hope his blog sparks communication among people and the truth comes out, not because it’s what we’ve been taught, but because it’s what is actually found in Scripture. So I applaud Jeff’s genuine searching for the truth. More people should lead in a way he has – by asking questions.
Jeff and I have debated many things, but I will never look down on him for seeking the truth – I won’t look down on you either. Well…maybe you.
Until next time…