We’ve been having some great conversation at my house lately. And so I want to ask you: What does being Christian mean to you?

Do you consider yourself Christian or not?
Do you hold Christians to a higher standard?
Do you think Christians have double standards?
Should Christians be more forgiving than they seem to be?
Should Christians be more firm than they seem to be?

Does grace and mercy outweigh other characteristics, such as discipline, protecting your family, etc? If someone has a track-record of negative actions should a Christian forgive and forget, or set up boundaries and say “no more”?

Have there been Christians in your life who seem less “Christian” than “non-Christians”?

What is your definition of Christian, and does the media help or hurt your perspective? Do you think being a “true” Christian is easy, hard, good, or bad?

I’ll post my own thoughts in a few days, but first I really want to know:
What do you think?

And Frankly, My Dear… that’s all she wrote!

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