mental operating systems

By April 8, 2015Church, Leadership

For many years, I was a proud Microsoft user and made fun of those who had joined the cult of Mac. Then eight years ago I made the switch to my first iMac and have never looked back.

What is the difference? Apart from aesthetics and a few hardware issues, the main difference is their operating systems. The operating system determines how the hardware processes information and connects all the various functions of the computer.

Each of us has our own operating system: it’s called your mind.

How your mind processes information provides a framework for interpreting life. This includes the ideas we hold and believe to be true about who we are, how the world works, and how we fit into the world.

If you’re feeling stuck by your past or by failures, you need more than a reboot – you need an entirely new operating system. You need a new way of seeing life.

That’s exactly what Jesus offers.