What if Christians really believed what they said they did?
What if Christians regularly portrayed the truth that they had personally encountered the God of the Universe?
What if Christians treated other people as if they were made in the image of God, no matter what they said or did that we disagreed with?
What if Christian parents loved and raised their children to understand and engage in the world without sheltering them out of fear?
What if Christians prayed for their neighbors, expecting God to bring them in contact with each other, expecting God to bring up their needs and ways to serve?
What if Christians met Lisa, the chatty pack-a-day smoker with wrinkled hands and face and a missing tooth, and loved her in spite of themselves, and soon she, who hated all things churchy, came to church and came again and again?
What if Christians met Noni, their Iranian neighbor with a fluffy white dog, and talked to her even though they were going to have worse traffic because they'd be late. And they found out that Noni needed her lawn mowed because her mower guy was sick. And then were blessed by God to somehow to defy time and make it to work on time anyway?
What if Christians prayed in faith and then walked in faith, even when God called them to do uncomfortable things like talk to strangers about lawn mowers or Jesus?
What if Christians really valued living and walking and talking with God more than any of the earthly good gifts God gives?