In our senior youth group here at St Luke’s we’ve just finished a teaching unit on how the Bible fits together as one big book. Drawing on a little bit of Goldsworthy and Roberts, we’ve looked at how the 66 books of the Bible are all part of one big story – God’s plan of salvation for his creation.
Being the visual learner that I am, I came up with a resource to help us each week – Biblical Theology Magnets!
Game of Thrones is one of the biggest shows on TV. The epic medieval fantasy show has everyone talking. It’s popular and engaging, with story lines that have people flooding social media with their love of the show.
But is it an appropriate show for Christians to be watching?
I love comics. And I love Jesus. Where ever possible, I try and combine the two. But there’s one church in the US that’s taking it to the next level – running a church in a comic book store. The Point Community Church in Kentucky run their Sunday services out of the local comic shop, rearranging the store displays to make room for everyone and then preaching the gospel of Jesus. Half an hour after the service is finished, every thing is back in place and ready to sell the latest issue of Batman.