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After all, reaching the lost is really our main mandate.
The Great Commission does not say go where Christians are and play music that they will be comfortable with.
Maybe we are not using our full skill set and growing to the best of our abilities because we are trying to write only for the small target of what is or would be popular in the Christian market.
The Fallacy of Christian Radio Despite the fact that Christian radio is very hard to compete in anyway, most Christian songwriters and artists think that this is the pantheon of success.
Perhaps the problem is not what we are trying to do, maybe it’s that we are aiming for too small of a target.
What I mean by this is that we write for the very tiny, tiny genre of contemporary Christian music, or gospel music and maybe we are painting ourselves, our music, and even our ministries into a box.
But if the point is to make this a career (read: make income) and to really reach the world for God, then maybe we have to open up our box just a little bit.
Grab some copies of the flyers and hand some out or hang them up to get the word out.
or who will stand up for me against the workers of iniquity? This occurrence drove Perez to register his new group under the name, Iglesia ng Dios Kay Kristo Hesus, Haligi at Suhay ng Katotohanan Soriano’s desire to read and memorize the Scripture was prompted by his membership in Perez’ group at a young age of 17 years old.
So maybe writing some of our music that can be played outside the church isn’t such a bad idea.
Now, secular radio is even harder than Christian to try and get traction, but I’m not talking about radio necessarily.