Why do we praise God on Sunday and forget about Him the rest of the week? What do we do with our 168 hours a week? Do we have enough time for God? Sometimes it is hard to give Him an hour on Sunday, let alone the time for daily prayer and reading. In Sunday Christian Wendy explains the Parable Of The Sower and how our receptiveness determines our level of maturity in our faith. She shows how life's activities and demands crowds out the seed that was planted on Sunday morning. If we are to be Sunday Christians, then the one hour a week schedule is fine. But if we are to live what we hear, confess, and proclaim on Sunday, then one hour is not enough - 24 hours is not enough. We are not a Sunday Christian and a Wednesday everyday regular person. We do not become a different person with different values and different speech when we go to work for those five days. We do not change our identity as a Christian because the day of the week has changed. Being outside of the church doors does not give us permission to change our actions and words to fit in with or accommodate the rest of the world. If you truly trust in God on Sunday, you will truly trust in God the other six days. What you are on Thursday is what you are on Sunday; God's child, saint and sinner alike, the same and still loved throughout the week.
Wendy goes to church every Sunday but sometimes on Sunday afternoon, that sermon and inspiration seem so far away. What happened to all those good intentions? Even with all of her education, writing, studying, and reading she is not safe from satan's attacks. Satan will attack those who threaten him the most. Wendy's desire is to introduce you to God's Word and grace through her ShortCut Series or reignite your faith, trust, and thankfulness towards your Creator.