Advice to Churches, Part 3: Be Playful

There’s a popular image of Christians portraying us as dour and miserable. It’s not *always accurate, but it does come from a very real attribute.

At Play

I am often “playing with my toys.”  I can’t help it, I see something that looks interesting and I am compelled to put it through it’s paces to see what I can do with it.  My playing around, however, isn’t all wasted time.  By the time I get finished fiddling around I often have a…