YES. The use of visual media helps the Church bring people closer to the story of Jesus. BY CAPTAIN MARK DALLEY “A picture is worth a thousand words”—Anon. I love bookstores, so I decided to work at one when I was a university student. While there, I learned how easily we are swayed by appearance. For example, when you are in a bookstore, how do you decide which book to pick up? Most … [Read more...]
Should we encourage the use of visual media in church worship?
May 8, 2012 by Captain Mark Dalley and John McAlister 1 Comment
Sometimes our focused listening is the greater gift of hospitality
November 20, 2009 by Major Ray Harris Leave a Comment
Martha wasn’t sure whether to weep or throw her Julia Child cookbook at him—all 716 pages! She had hoped for at least a little sympathy, but all Jesus said was, “Martha, Martha, you are … distracted by many things” (Luke 10:41 NRSV). Distracted? Martha had at least extended hospitality to Jesus, busying herself in the kitchen when others had refused to welcome him. To add insult to … [Read more...]