10 Tips to keep a Tidy Christian House

They say that “cleanliness is next to godliness”, I’m not sure “they” are, and I’m not sure if “they” are right.   But  one time, while cleaning up for Housegroup, I did wonder. Are there “Christian ways to keep a house clean”? (Its the way my mind seems to work)

After consulting some particularly godly people, I gathered the following tops to keep a tidy Christian house.

  1. Invite housegroup to meet at your place… EVERY WEEK!!
  2. Preach on servanthood at Church. Encourage people to put that into action by cleaning up your place.
  3. Do not store up ANY treasures. Live a minimal life. Throw out EVERYTHING apart from your bible.
  4. Dont drink things like Tea that needs things like Tea Bags, as that creates needless waste… drink red wine… just like Jesus.
  5. Dont buy any Christian books. Convince your church to get it for the church book lending library, and borrow it from there instead.
  6. Only have one Bible. (Possibly the King James Version)
  7. Throw out your DVDs / Blurays… Sign up to Pureflix.com instead.
  8. Avoid beer bottles being built up. Drink only red wine. (Better if you buy red wine in those big boxes)
  9. You pray for the spirit of peace to come over your house everyday. Just hope that no one looks in the garden.
  10. Treat your house like Holy Ground… TAKE OFF YOUR SHOES!!!

How do you keep your house tidy?

Franklin Graham on Sin, Morale Failures, and Donald Trump

Remember Franklin Graham? The guy in charge of Samaritans Purse, featured in Donald Trumps Inauguration, and this video.

Here’s an interview where he talks about a wall needing to keep out “dangerous people” from America, that there is a business man as a president, and if Donald Trump as a sin problem.  (spoiler – Franklin Graham doesn’t say yes to that).

Interestingly, the video is called hypocrisy…

Honest question. How would an IRS audit make a company feel targeted, isn’t completing audits, something the IRS does? 

How “Gods Not Dead 2” Links With “Paw Patrol”?

Its no shock that Netflix keeps a record of what you watch. And depending on what others watch, suggests other shows you may like.

It seems that because I watched Gods Not Dead 2, I may want to watch Paw Patrol.

The other shows in that list have a very obvious God / Christian angle, which makes me wonder, is Paw Patrol a secret Christian show? Are the dogs meant to be Gods angels? Do the dogs answer to some God type figure?

Or is Netflix confused? (But I’m sure you can tell – I’ve not actually seen Paw Patrol)

Check out my thoughts, when I live tweeted my watching Gods Not Dead 2.