Examining the Let Us Worship Movement

When I was a kid, I learned how to play poker by watching the weekly Saturday night game played by guys from the volunteer fire department. They just played for fun, but they did have a $2 per game ante to keep people from playing lazily or outrageously. Even a little skin in the game keeps it more honorable and interesting. Recently, a writer friend suggested I tag a small charge onto the more controversial topics I write about. This way, the reader has a bit of skin in the game too. It’s kind of strange writer/reader relationship when one is being laid bare, and the other has nothing at all to lose.

By clicking the “subscribe” button, you’ll be prompted to pay $2 to read my work on this article. It’s a one time payment – not much, but hopefully it will make sure those who read are doing so because they really want to. The process should be really straightforward, but if it gets confusing, just email me and I’ll make sure you get the article (javenbear@tfc.edu).

This piece was written for a class in which we were to examine a cultural phenomenon and identify possible narratives and identities being created.

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Published by javenbear

Javen Bear is 23 years old and lives with his beautiful wife Aleisha in Phoenix, Arizona. He recently graduated from Toccoa Falls College with a degree in communication and biblical studies - and now works as an admissions counselor at Grand Canyon University. Javen’s super-power, if he had one, would be the ability to press pause on the world and catch up on reading. He enjoys fly-fishing, going to the theatre, and always uses Oxford commas.

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