That fun loving Jonathan McNair, who got his job because of nepotism, is back encouraging the young men of the Living Church of God to waste one year of their lives, taking classes he helped design. Seriously! Why?
Is Rod McNair going to teach a class on how to find demons in nursing homes among the elderly? Or how about teaching the young men that they can't be proper witnesses of the gospel unless they have an org chart telling them who is in charge and what to believe. Will they have a class on how to malign church members characters and reputations, from the pulpit, like they did the Scarborough's?Living EducationOne of the most common questions asked about our on-site program in Charlotte is this: “Why should a young man take a year out of his life to come to Charlotte to study the Bible? That won’t help me get a job.” This is a good question. For a young man, whether just leaving high school or in the young adult years, his focus should be primarily on acquiring skills, knowledge, and experience. Without these three elements, he won’t be able to lead and provide for a wife and a family. But here’s a challenge to you as a young man: Don’t get so caught up in the rush to make a living that you forget the importance of learning how to live. This is what makes Living Education unique. Your local community college, the university you’d like to attend, or the apprenticeship you’re applying for will not teach you how to live. We will. Give us one year and we’ll give you a foundation for a lifetime. What about young women? We’ll address the benefits of Living Education for you next week!—Jonathan McNair
Next week we will be blessed by the highly encouraging message from McNair to the young women of the church on why they should attend for a year. What better place to learn how to cook for their husbands to be or to learn how to set a pretty place setting for dinner. Oh the joy!