Bringing the Text to Life
At a Glance
TMI. Too much information. Generally, TMI is a bad thing. But during Lent, TMI (or should we call it confession?) is precisely what's called for. Using the Ephesians text as a basis for our study, we learn that Christians are called to live as though the cameras are rolling, as though there's no such thing as TMI. It's a good lesson because what's done in the dark usually doesn't stay in the dark. Better to leave "darkness" and live in the light.
If you prefer to preach on the gospel lection for this Sunday, we suggest looking at "The Placebo Effect," March 14, 1999.
Oversharing. In the real world, it seems to happen all the time. We call it TMI: too much information.
Sometimes it's WTMI. Way too much information.
You might not be familiar with the term, but you undoubtedly know it when it happens. It's the guy in the next cubicle who insists on showing you his rash. TMI.
It's Great-Aunt Hilda explaining her issues with indigestion and irregularity. TMI. It's the ...