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So many Christians are angry at the Church. Not just the Church but their local churches as well. Producer Chris Staron decided to take a look inside one small congregation to see how Black Lives Matter, COVID, the 2020 Presidential Election, and more have impacted one community. How are people in Jackson, Wyoming responding in a time of dissension and deconstruction in the body of Christ?
Special thanks to Ray McDaniel and Karl Klemmer for talking with Chris for this interview.
- How have the last few years changed your ideas about the global Church?
- How have they changed your ideas of your local church?
- How would you respond if you were the pastor of a local church today and your congregation wanted you to pick a political side?
- Should pastors speak about politics from the pulpit?
- Why do we put so much emphasis on messages from the pulpit and discount the ability for congregants to have meaningful conversations on their own?
- Are you deconstructing your faith? What does that term mean to you?
- If you are deconstructing your faith, have you removed the local church? The Bible? If so, how has that impacted your faith?
- Are you open to people who have different opinions? How do you interact with those people? Is it in person?
- Do you have friends with different opinions than you? How can you get some if you don't?
- Do you see the Church as a "we" and "us" or as a "them"? Why?
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