Over the past three days, here at the building where the Troy Church meets, a space and time wormhole opened transporting sixteen eager children and many of the Troy Church members to a first century Athenian marketplace.
It might sound strange for a church body to proclaim itself as a coffee break culture. At Troy Church, the coffee break culture is just another way of saying we love to spend time with one another. We know the real focus of life and are not willing to engage in the rat race mentality of the perpetual consumerism mentality of more.
We've all heard this expression so many times, but what does it really mean when it is applied to Christianity?
Just what defines gossip? Have you ever wondered at what point in a conversation your concern for one of your friends turns to gossip? How do you know? Is there a test?