Get Ready to Alter Your Altar
By Randy Maxwell, Washington Conference Prayer Ministries coordinator
Remember Foto Hut drive-through kiosks? If not, Google it. Customers would actually deliver rolls of film negatives to these local Foto Hut stores, then return to collect their finished photographs. How quaint.
The Foto Hut chain failed and went into obsolescence in the early 2000s due to competition and the rise of digital media.
Remember family worship? If not, Google it. Families would actually gather, sometimes twice a day, to sing, read scripture, and pray. They did this to keep God at the forefront of family life. How quaint.
Like Foto Huts, family worship has gone the way of floppy discs and pay phones, joining other relics of the past like prayer meeting and Bible study. Modern families today have no time to eat together, let alone worship together. Is it any wonder that there is a spiritual power shortage in our churches, and growing spiritual darkness in our communities?
Continue reading Randy's invitation to join The Altar Project beginning this Friday night!