Many are wondering how the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement class on Sunday nights is going. Well, glad you asked. In one short word: Fantastic! Although I have taught the Vision for the Nations class, the in depth level of this class is amazing. Our first speaker, Dr. Gerald Robison, co-author of Cat and Dog theology shared about the theme of the book and how there are two types of Christians in this world: Cats and Dogs. Cat Christians are those who when the Master feeds them, pets them, takes care of them, they turn around and say “IT IS ALL ABOUT ME!”; where as Dogs, when they are pet, fed, taken care of say, “IT IS ALL ABOUT THE MASTER!” How can I serve the Master?, etc.
In the same way, we look at Christianity in two ways. Is God the big vending machine in the sky, catering to my every want and need or do we exist to serve, to love and glorify HIM? Dr. Robison gave a challenging and convicting message on how we view serving the master. Is it to give him glory for the sake of His name or are we living lives that revolve around us.
Our next class, taught by Art Sanborn was equally engaging. Pastor Sanborn was a church planter and teacher in