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Practical Idea: Share this video with your youth or college volunteers for a little fun.
Is this a joke? I don’t know whether to laugh or cry or puke.
did not need the chest hair
I hope its a joke. We as Christians need to stop trying to look like the rest of the world.
Christlike character is what sets people apart. These videos are tired and counter kingdom. The last few people I’ve seen begin to follow Jesus, couldn’t care less about these types of discussions. The more I’m on mission, the less funny these are. Such a waste of time.
Yes Tracy. As a Christian you are above the other human beings of this planet and your clothing should reflect it.
Well I would not say we are “above” them, but as we humble ourselves we start to begin to love them in another way.. Christ reveals this to us in Romans 12:2..
I enjoyed the video, thanks! Having three teenaged sons (in addition to serving youth as a volunteer) I found the video funny, relatable and relevant. I think this could be a great conversation starter and segway, since most (especially the teens I know, some of which had never even been to church prior) respond to laughter and the use of technology. Love and blessings!
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