Today Colin looks at the next section of Ephesians and thinks about how our attitude towards the Church compares with what Paul writes in the passage.
- Colin contrasts the way Paul understands church with the perceptions people – whether it’s us or Noel Edmunds – might have. How would you describe what church is to a visitor from another planet? What are the important aspects of church? What is not so important? Could you sum up the church in one sentence or a few key words?
- What would it be like to really think of Church as family? Think about what this means for connection and commitment? They say you can’t choose your family, but obviously we can choose our church. How do we balance this to find ourself connected and committed to a church, but not being a consumer?
- Colin tried to say, “Top to toe in tattoos” twice, but didn’t manage it. Can you manage this tongue-twister?