Five Stages of Innovation:
1. People deny that the innovation is required.
2. People deny that the innovation is effective.
3. People deny that the innovation is important.
4. People deny that the innovation will justify the effort required to adopt it.
5. People accept and adopt the innovation, enjoy its benefits, attribute it to people other than the innovator, and deny the existence of stages 1 to 4.
(Thanks to Clyde Taber via Josh Craft via Phil Cooke for the summary.)
Read this story and see what it does for your ideas about theological terms like ‘eternal security’ and whether or not the Spirit of God really does dwell in believers. This is an amazing story from our Yanomamö friends in Coshilowäteli, Amazonas, Venezuela. Mike Dawson, who relates the story, is one of the Executive Producers of “The Enemy God” and a native of the jungle himself.
“I was speaking with Carlos from the village of Seducudawä. He paddled down to bring his wife to the medical dispensary as she had been stung on the foot by a large stingray and was in a lot of pain. Carlos, at one time had been one of our most promising believers in Seducudawä and was a big witness for the Lord there….” Read more here…
This is a link to a great blog post from a friend of mine, Matt Green. He is a funny, keen observer of our foibles – even (especially) Christian-ly ones.
In this little article, he gives a primer on ways to engage culture. Great insights. Click here to read more: Green-Words
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