Monday, January 08, 2007


There's a great blog by Seth Godin about being remarkable. You can read it here.

It got me thinking. Why isn't church that remarkable. To be remarkable means that you're able to remark about it. Jesus was remarkable. The church is His body, so we should be remarkable too, right? But so often we are far from remarkable.

I really desire The Point to be remarkable. I don't want us to just be another church that takes up a few hours in our congregation's life. I want us to be so remarkable that whether you're an athiest, a 9 year old, a homosexual, a college student or someone who's been a Christian for 25 years you walk away remarking about how God used The Point to change you.

We're not there yet, but I think we're headed in the right direction. I am excited about what's in store for us in the future.

I would love to hear your ideas about how you think the church can be remarkable.



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