For my part, I've been more interested in having the church address faith and obedience among it's own members. If the Lord chooses to bless such a body, who knows, it may grow large enough to influence a culture, but that to me is secondary.
I think I now have proof that fighting at the corporate level is insane.On my way to work this morning a ordered a coffee from McDonald's. What I received was a cultural bombshell.
"Celebrate Season's Cravings"
My Moment to Unwind:
It's these moments I crave.
My time to indulge myself.
With the rich aroma from the
100% Arabica beans, it's time to
cozy up with my favorite McCafe(R).
My moment to celebrate.
I'm loving it(R)
So, I for one, am reaffirmed that it is insane to fight culture wars. The other side understands the minds of those they are marketing to. They can pull the right strings and say the right things. And the things they say resonate in the hearts and minds of the culture.
So, back to the church. Preach the Word. Who knows, maybe the Lord will see fit to save a few.