Tim Christensen, a Montana pastor and die-hard 49ers fan, didn’t want to miss San Francisco’s playoff game on Sunday. So he decided to skim the unnecessary bits off his sermon and cut it down—to just one minute. The best part? He ended triumphantly by ripping open his shirt Superman-style to reveal 49ers gear.
Honestly the guys seems like a normal person not one of those Christians who judge other people and as Christian why is everyone judging this pastor. I quit going to church because I was honest with "church people" on my views and I was judge. The only person who can judge is God. Also I think it was a nice 1 min sermon he got strait to the point. Also my church I used to go to cancelled church because of the Superbowl. Point is so what he wanted to watch a game at least he showed up for the sermon.
If you all listened instead of JUDGING!! You'd of heard he came back in and did a full sermon !! You all seem too know the bible so well but forgot what god says about judging people!!
Find out the whole story , not just from one article with a one min clip!!! Man you all should be ashamed !!
He must repent in Purgatory by performing 1,000 times of 700 hours lasting worship continuously for 700 years. He is not a pastor, just a child who wants to play outside instead of his homework.
There's a time and place for everything, what this pastor did is out of place. It's not criticism, but those who know God, know that God is a God of order. 1 Kings Chapt.6 describes the way Solomon build the temple of The Lord, and I make emphasis on verse 7 "In building the temple, only blocks dressed at the quarry were used, and no hammer, chisel or any other iron tool was heard at the temple site while it was being built."
Not a single sound was heard, this says a lot- order, organization and high REVERENCE for God. And times might be different, but God isn't.
Appropriate. More so-called Christians spend more time watching and cheering football than they do reading the Bible. And people wonder why Christians have such a bad name! The most enthusiastically visited places of worship on Sundays are football stadiums.
@lordofthefly I love this. Who says church needs to have any format at all? I'm sure the pastor is a very devout man, but on THIS day, he did his job quickly, and combined something he loves with Jesus, God and his entire congregation.
I think you should learn more before you judge.