A Letter to Christians Living in America from a Christian Living Abroad {A Life Overseas}

by Jonathan

I hear you.

Some of you are angry and disenfranchised. I’m on Twitter. I know.

You see the church and politicians wedded at the hip, and you throw up.

You feel like the American church has sold her soul and is rejoicing about the bargain.

You’re embarrassed, like a cool kid with an uncool mother, and now you’re asking to be dropped off a couple of blocks away from school.

You’re not quite sure what to do. Do you fight and rant and protest? Do you take the Benedict option? Do you just disappear out the back door?

Continue reading over at A Life Overseas

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3 thoughts on “A Letter to Christians Living in America from a Christian Living Abroad {A Life Overseas}

  1. You summed it up well, in two short sentences…
    His promises are true.
    He is faithful.
    The Pharisees have become more obvious around here. But, I must be reminded that God is bigger than all of this.

  2. Thanks for sharing. I like what you said here: “She is strong and she is bold and she remains defiant and glorious in the face of oppression and injustice all around the globe.” Amen. Jesus said, “I will build my Church, and not even the gates of Hell shall prevail against her.” Blessings!

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