It’s Time to Boycott the Worship Industry


Christian culture’s boycotts rarely do any good. They generally make us look arrogant, aloof, and disconnected, all the while increasing publicity for whoever we’re all riled up about.

Anyone remember the Southern Baptists and their bizarre Disney obsession about 20 years ago?

No, those kind of boycotts are generally not a good idea.

But I think it may be time for a different kind of boycott. Not against corporations and organizations that, like Disney, couldn’t care less what we think.

It’s time for us to boycott an industry that cares very much what the whole church thinks. We’re their only hope of staying afloat.

It’s time to boycott the worship industry.

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