Anyone remember my rant from last year? I’m sure its at the top of your mind today. Many of us are hosting youth Superbowl parties. We’re hanging out with our students today because its a great tool from bringing kids together with each other, with you and with Christ.
So can we all agree here to not make fun of people at the half-time show? Last year, I read WAY too many posts from youth pastors mocking Madonna while students were watching with their youth leaders do it. I’ve never been a Madonna fan, but I’m even less a fan of teaching students that we love one another but that loving attitude doesn’t extend to strangers or famous people.
I’m pretty sure Beyonce’s gonna deliver a good show, but lipsync or not? Let’s show our kids that we can find good in her performance. In fact, let’s teach them Godly ways to watch the whole game. We can discuss using our biblical filters for when something isn’t pleasing to God but in a way that doesn’t make fun of people.
Now bring on the TX BBQ and queso/chips! (Since the Texans aren’t in the game, my sibs and I are cheering for the 49′ers only because they were my Dad’s team. We miss him so much.)