reb•e•lu•tion (reb’el lu shen) n. a teenage rebellion against the low expectations of an ungodly culture.

10/26/2005

CFA: 9:00 P.M. - 10/26

One of the attendees, Pat Walsh, during some discussion time, is making the point that different people have different talents, but if they are unified and one-minded there is much greater potential for the Kingdom of God. Furthermore, since creativity comes from God, it is Christians who should be the most creative and the most ingenious. He suggested that one key to unlocking this creativity is unity and service one to another.

Doug Phillips, in followup is saying that the collaborative process presupposes unity. He agrees with Mr. Walsh that we should be the most creative people in the world, and gives the following suggestions: "You can develop that creativity with reading good books, good music, good poetry, and immersing yourselves in the Word of God."

Our Founding Fathers, and even the plough boys of early America, were expected to read great things and to understand great things. And the more you read and understand great things, the more you'll have to say.