Roundup: Consumer Christianity, atomic bombings, Social Justice Sunday
Social Justice Sunday is an ecumenical initiative sponsored by the National Council of Churches in Australia (NCCA). It serves to remind us of theSocial-Justice importance of working as churches together as we respond to God’s to work for justice and peace in the world.
Each August 6 and 9 since 1945 there is a profound moment of sorrow and reason for hope when the world remembers the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 66-years-ago during World War II.
Consumer Christianity creates the sense that we are entitled to the perfect worship, teaching, or ministry experience, when the reality is that we should worry more about our own walk than how the pastor carries himself on stage.
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