- Question of the Week #1 (in order for this to work we need you to comment)
- Question of the Week #2 (a second attempt: still not sure this has the legs to be a regular feature)
- Question of the Week #3 (this is showing some potential)
- Question of the Week # 4 (at what point does this become a fixture?)
- Question of the Week #5 (a question of the season…It’s December, I am obligated)
- Question of the Week #6
- Question of the Week #7 (More Like Question of the Year)
As many of you are well aware, Christmas is a time of conflicting emotion. I get super excited as I think through Jesus’ incarnation and the implications of that wonderful event. I also get incredibly frustrated at the gross consumerism demonstrated by such a majority of society. So in light of the season, here is the question:
To graciously decline any gift offered to you (you certainly have plenty) or as an alternative, suggest that friends and family make a donation of what ever amount they would have spent on a gift to a charitable cause?
Accepting the generosity of others and allowing gifts to be bestowed upon you. Knowing that you do not need them, but allowing others to bless you and give you something you do not deserve?
Which is best? Have at it…