Feb 16, 2020
1 Corinthians 6:13,
19-20; Acts 10:12-15; Ephesians 5:1-20; Romans
There are a few major eating disorders that clinicians and psychologists see every day in their offices. Our culture is one that, rather than feeding young girls and boys with body positive images and habits, has fed us with a false image of what is beautiful. Eating disorders develop for a variety of reasons and all of them need to be dealt with and taken very seriously. I hope you bring your daughters, your sisters, your neighbors, your sons, and friends. We are the body of Christ. How we feed it matters. This one is for the 10 million girls diagnosed with a clinical eating disorder. For the 1 million boys diagnosed. That’s just diagnosed. This is for those who need Lent to truly be about spiritual formation and not just a religious justification for a soul-sucking hunger. This is for your teens. For you as you work with them. For all of us who have ran to Krispy Kreme instead of to the one who gives daily bread! Bread!! I can’t eat bread!! I love you church. This has been an eye opening week of study and I look forward to being around the table of Christ’s hospitality. All are welcome.