Apparently, "pastor" Miles McPherson believes we all have a lot that we could learn from an unrepentant porn king.
"He's not a Christian, he's living a sinful life in people's eyes and his lifestyle is contrary to the Bible but still, we're obligated to love him," said McPherson. Despite all of these things that Biblically prohibit Ron Jeremy from speaking in Church, McPhereson invited him anyway so that he can "share" some things this Sunday, during church. The rest of the story can be read here.
The Seeker-Driven obsession with sex sermons has finally reached the frozen tundra of Alaska (Don't fault them for taking this long to catch up. They're about 8 years behind the rest of the world).
The video below is for the "I Think Sex Is?" sermon series from Alliance Christian Fellowship, Eagle River, Alaska. But, don't worry, they're attempting to be as relevant as the first Seeker-Driven Leaders who pioneered these types of sermons back in 2004. They're following the template perfectly and have already built a website for the occasion at IThinkSexIs.com. They've even sent out a sexually offensive postcard mailer to all of their neighbors inviting them to hear these sex sermons.
Wow. How original and innovative!! <<<----That's sarcasm.
If you're trying really really really really hard to build a mega church then you've got to tap into the marketing power of sex. A great way to do that is to combine the topic of Sex and Easter just like Judah Smith did this Easter.
Yah know, if you attend a church that uses a hymnal and doesn't have a stage you'll never have to hear/see this song performed during a "church" service. But if you attend Ed Young's church Sex Therapy Group then you had to endure this hymn alternative this past Sunday.