Woe to You Who are Complacent – Francis Chan Sermon

Francis Chan delivered this sermon from Amos 6:1 about complacency in the church at the 2012 Moody Bible Institute Founders Week conference.  It is a very blunt assessment of the gap between where Chan believes the Bible teaches how we should live and deficiency of the American church due to a lock of love of our neighbors.  You can read a summary of message or listen to the audio or video below.  If you’re pressed for time, start at 12:30 when he prays because the opening part of the message is a little unfocused.  For other great resources join Follower of Jesus‘s Facebook fan page or visit the Discipleship Resources page.

For more from him, listen to his balance beam illustration.

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