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  1. spenceshelton says:

    TT: How do you read? You seem to read alot. When do you read and how much do you read? a book a week? 3 books at once?

  2. Jeremy Bergwerff says:

    Alright, I’ve got another question for you.
    So, as the Summit has recently purchased the huge warehouses (yay!) it cements the idea that the Summit is architecturally very different than a place like, say, Westminster Abbey. I think the only difference is the color of the carpet, but it’s still a difference. Anyway, please run through (Biblically, mind you) how the Summit has decided to house it’s ministries in facilities that some could call austere. Specifically I’m wondering about the Summit’s stance in contrast to the more established church mindset where the building helps inspire us to worship by providing visual cues. I’m thinking of ornate stained glass, large steeple, high ceilings, copious artwork etc. One example I think of is how Chris Brewer, on his blog Gospel Through Shared Experience ( uses art to tell The Story and finds that it speaks to people differently than simply using words. Why not engage people in an additional way beyond just what they hear?

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