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First Baptist of Starbucks

Read in the blogosphere after returning home from work this morning:

“He thinks meeting a Christian friend at $tarbuck$ is just as valid “worship” as attending the Body of Christ.”

I was posed with this assertion a month or so ago by a member of my church. Said member was challenging my teaching in discipleship class that it is wrong for us to pass up our church’s established worship and prayer times for reasons other than illness or work. Starbucks was changed to Heine Brothers Coffee. And my answer was a flat and unequivocal “Heck no.” Just meeting someone at the Heinie is no more “worship and prayer time” than reading this blog is, even though I tend to preach at ya from time to time.

More on this after KBCD. In the meantime, enjoy the sermon posted previously, and enjoy the one that I’ll post after I wake up.

Categories: Commentary
  1. June 7, 2007 at 4:18 pm

    Some housechurhes meet at Starbucks…but they don’t sing in worship. They just sit, talk, read, and pray.

  1. June 13, 2007 at 6:07 am

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