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“Lumos!” Cry-babies, bullies and the power of words

We sold Millennials on an illusion and they have bit into it hook, line, and sinker. Not only that, but they have invested themselves into the multiculturalism we sold them. Millennials aren’t naïve and have been aware that preceding generations are not as progressive as them but I strongly believe that this election caught them off guard to the magnitude of how broken and shattered our communities are along racial lines. They grew up thinking their way of life was safe but now have had that illusion shattered by previous generations refusing to pass on the baton.

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Crowd-sourced worship

Agree or disagree: People have to be told how to connect to God or what to say to God, God speaks only to the few and the well-placed.

If you disagreed with the above, then you are ready to experiment with crowdsourced worship.

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