Tom Cannon writes about church life that may not have evident bells and whistles, but which is a vehicle through which grace is mediated over the long haul.
For all those pastors and churches who plodding for God.
A very brief taste:
The schlepping church is frequently dull, often goofy and almost always a step (or a lot more) behind cultural trends. But to paraphrase George Bailey the schlepping church has done most of the working and paying and living and dying in Christ’s Kingdom. Always has.
Read the whole thing here.