No More Dragons
Becoming a dragon is a dangerously subtle process. You make a long chain of bad choices. The chain gradually wraps around you. Layer by layer, it begins to take on the aspect of scales. One day you glance at...
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Becoming a dragon is a dangerously subtle process.
You make a long chain of bad choices. The chain gradually wraps around you. Layer by layer, it begins to take on the aspect of scales. One day you glance at yourself in the mirror and a monster is staring back at you. You aren't who you used to be. You aren't who you want to be. You're not who you were created and designed to be. Instead, you're a dragon.
When Jim Burgen was nineteen years old, he realized how easy it had been to become a dragon. He knew he didn't want to be one anymore ... but how? No More Dragons is the story of our common, hopeful journey from dragonhood back to personhood.
As Pastor Burgen narrates the remarkable process of reclaiming himself from himself, he implores modern church goers to shake off the trivialities of churchiness in favor of the substantive questions that make a spiritual transformation:
?Is Jesus the only one who can undragon people??
?Why don't I like most churches??
?Where is God in difficult times??
?How do you shed decades of gnarly scales??
Some choices will lead you to a better life. Some will kill you. Some choices will add a new layer of scales to your dragon, and some will slough them off. No More Dragons is about asking Christ to deliver you and learning how to obey him.
Jim Burgen is the executive director of ministry of Southland Christian Church. A graduate of Milligan College and a 20-year youth ministry veteran, Jim has a passion for worship and teaching. His heart's desire is to see the line between the two blurred. "I believe that we were created to be worshipers," Jim says, "God loves authentic worship and the world is starving for it." Jim is the author of two books for students: What's the Big Deal About.Sex? and What's the Big Deal About My Parents? He and his wife, Robin, are the parents of Alison and Jordan.