Right now, our brothers and sisters in the South are asking God, “Why?” Some are speaking to God for the first time; some are trying to reconnect to Him. Others fight their confusion in trying to make sense of His plan.
Overall, Southerners are a more religious people than we are in the Northwest, but are we turning the corner to becoming a religious society, too?
According to the P-I, that far-out congregation at
That’s cool. Young Seattleites like physical individuality. They like music, too. The church hosts the Paradox, a well-known, all ages concert venue, on its campus – a way to attract young people to become interested in the church.
The Martians are even involved online. The church Web site offers free downloads of sermons and music, and the site had more than 1 million hits last year.
And finally the Catholics have caught on. According to a New York Times article, I believe a priest in the
“Father Vonhögen began podcasting during a trip to
That’s right, podcasting has struck the secular world. Amen. It’s about time Catholics caught up to the rest of the world and did something semi-hip for a change. Now excuse me, but I have to strap on my Ipod, go for a run and listen to last week’s sermon.