30 Day Sex Challenge
Lest you think this was found in latest issue of Cosmo (or any issue of Cosmo at that) this comes from Relevant church in Tampa Florida. I saw the Pastor interviewed today and was not surprised. He had the gottee, t-shirt and jeans ensemble most of these hip pastors have these days. While I applaud any efforts at giving a balanced view of sex, I have to say I have some suspicions. In the last year, I and the people at a little leaven have seen a rise of the use of sex by churhes. I'm not a conspiracy theorist here, but rise of this type of stuff is also highly suspect. And that's why I have a bit of a problem with it. If you want to promote biblical views of sex, so be it, but why glamorize it? In an oversexed culture that thrives on the sensational, how are you being salt and light? More so, when many churches are getting into trouble for these kinds of stunts, why take a chance on giving the church or Christ a bad name?