This week we heard Paul say, "I have become all things to all people, that I might by all means save some" (see the full passage here). He sounds like a chameleon, changing himself to blend into the culture around him. Paul was particularly good about bridging two worlds, the Jewish culture and the Greek/Roman culture.
But his remarks invite us to consider how our congregations today need to adapt to the world around us, to become all things to all people. In what ways does the Church need to move towards the culture, to change to become like it? It what ways does the Church need to stand over and against the culture and not adapt?