February 5, 2012

In Corinthians, Paul talks about becoming a Jew for the Jews, Gentile for the Gentiles, and weak for those who are weak. He says he becomes “all things to all people.” He “identifies” with who they are. That’s a broad invitation. How do we become “all things to all people,” without losing integrity? Are there boundaries for such openness? And what is the “ground message” with which all people can identify? This Sunday, we will talk about “Thinking Outside the Box.”