Yes, I confess I watch reality TV. I’m a sucker for shows like The Amazing Race and even The Bachelor (yes, I know the likelihood for any true love being birth from the show is minimal but it makes for good entertainment). In the midst of switching between The Taste on ABC and The Sisterhood on TLC ( a new reality show showcasing the lives of pastor wives). Although I don’t typically watch the show I became a bit transfixed with the ladies of the sisterhood.
As I woke yesterday morning still shaking my head about show, I was reminded of a few things.
- It’s always easier to stay offended than to seek reconciliation.
- Seeing the faults of others is easier and at times more gratifying that turning the mirror around to our own face.
- Quoting scripture takes less work than walking out the principles in our daily life.
- Even amongst believers we do not always agree with one another but it’s not necessary to be nasty to others.
- Church folks are just like other folks—we got issues!
What TV shows have you watched lately that stayed with you passed their time on the tube?
What Others Are Saying
- Domestic and Sexual Violence in the Church: A Sisterhood Reality Show Review (bagladyboutiqe.wordpress.com)
- Ivy Couch of “The Sisterhood” Clears Up Rumors (praiserichmond.com)
- Marvin Sapp Shares His Thoughts On “The Sisterhood” Reality Show [VIDEO] (praisedc.com)