When Celebrity Comes to Church

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7 Responses

  1. Lauren Dyson says:

    Thanks Danny! Love it!

  2. Thanks for the insightful post Danny. Your post definitely was an encouragement and convicting. I pray we can handle this type of situation with grace and truth in the future. I’m grateful for your leadership and thoughtful teaching on this point. ~Blair

  3. Zack says:

    Great post. But now I’m just REALLY curious about who you’re talking about 🙁

  4. Jamie Warren says:

    Beautifully said, Danny.

  5. Jaime Z says:

    Love it. Being in LA, we have some big-name people every once in a while and we take the same approach. For a few years we had several members of a music group coming to our weekend services and we simply let them be. I think they were taken aback because this apparently was not the norm for them. But I think they appreciated it. Thanks for the confirmation of how to handle these types of guests in our services!

  6. Todd Conard says:

    I thought Summit had a thing against Idols 😉

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