This is Me. A Christian take on The Greatest Showman tune.

The Sofa family are relative late comers to the world of The Greatest Showman. I have to admit, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to watch it, but I couldn’t help but be drawn into almost as soon as it started. Nestled within the movie is the tune “This is Me”. An affirmative celebration of ourselves. Or at least the characters…

Apparently this is a Christian take on “This is Me” from The Greatest Showman.

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The Church Sofa Weekly Roundup – The Getting Millennials into Church? Edition

My regular round up of random things found online this week

Something on Getting Millennials into Church

Foxnews.com has a piece on what churches need to do to engage “millennials”. It seems to be that using technology is key.

In an unrelated piece of news, the guys behind the ChurcHome app have published a piece on Foxnews.com.

Something not funny…

Sojo.net have made an interesting argument as to why Christian Nationalism is destroying America.

Something to watch…

This weeks theological Twitter low point…

Well.

Submissions are open for something a little more positive for next week…

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Trump, Phil Robertson, and Eternal Health Care.

The Late Night with Seth Meyers had a recent segment looking at Donald Trump, Socialism, and Health Care… Its safe to say it went places.

(Please dont watch if easily offended.)

As a Brit, living in Britain, my personal take on it is that I thank God for our free health care. Eternal Health Care may be something… but when I need advice for my asthma, or more importantly, when either Mrs or Little Sofa are sick, I quite like the idea of free accessible health care that we can turn to on this plain of existence.

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Them: Live biblically

Every now and then, Twitter plays a game. Recently a game has been played which I’ll call “Live biblically”.

I don’t know how “Live Biblically” started, but it seems to be based around people being told to live biblically, then actually thinking about what it means. (In their own personal opinion…)

Here’s some some of my favourites…

Have a look over at Twitter for… quite a few more.

For a slightly different take, check out the What Would Jesus Do Generator.

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