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  • Matt Steen March 15, 2011 Reply

    That’s so wrong…

    This made me change my shirt after I shot diet coke through my nose.

    Thanks for that.

  • Peter March 15, 2011 Reply

    I totally disagree.

    We can learn that when we measure ourselves against somebody else “worse than” us, we can get a false sense of security. (Thank you God, that I am not like Charlie Sheen.)

    Every one of us is capable of the kind of self-destruction that Charlie is engaged in. Every one.

    And when we start laughing at his expense (or Ted Haggard’s, or Benny Hinn’s, or Ken Silva’s) we can lose a piece of our soul.

    • Robert Ripper March 15, 2011 Reply

      Peter,

      You couldn’t said it better. We all have tendencies to be like that Pharisee. Our self-righteousness can be very detrimental to our soul.

    • Mimi March 21, 2011 Reply

      I totally agree!! Good advice!

  • Art March 15, 2011 Reply

    I don’t know… I think we can learn a lot from Charlie Sheen:

    1) How to have a positive attitude when things are falling apart around us (duh, #winning).

    2) That we must rely on a source of strength greater than our own (tigerblood anyone?).

    3) That when we make mistakes (unlike Mr. Sheen), we must own up to them.

    4) How to be yourself, and not like anyone else. Church leaders need to quit trying to be like the guy/gal down the street, and just be who God made them to be.

  • Todd Rhoades March 15, 2011 Reply

    Thanks for taking the bait guys! 🙂

  • Mark March 15, 2011 Reply

    If you can’t learn anything from him, it must be because you are just like him?

    Arrogance.

    Bad for Charlie Sheen.

    Bad for the church.

    Have you confessed your sin lately?

    • Todd Rhoades March 15, 2011 Reply

      Chill pill time.

  • Don Reed March 15, 2011 Reply

    It also shows how whack we can get with no accountability…

  • Steve Miller March 15, 2011 Reply

    two words: tiger’s blood.

    get some and you will re-energize your church

  • Todd Hunn` March 15, 2011 Reply

    I LOVE CHARLIE SHEEN AND WOULD WELCOME HIM TO COME TO CHURCH WITH ME. GOD PULLED ME OUT OF A CRAZY SELF DESTRUCTIVE LIFESTYLE AND CHANGED MY LIFE COMPLETELY. MAYBE JESUS IS THE ONE HE’S CRYING OUT FOR, I KNOW HE’S GOT GOD’S ATTENTION…

    T

    • Mimi March 21, 2011 Reply

      I agree with you concerning him SHOUTING OUT for SOMEONE to HELP him!! He is in a position of hopelessness and helplessness. He is crying out in desperation and I pray JESUS will pick him up with his hands and meet his need to be saved from HIMSELF!and his self destructive lifestyle. He heart and life stand at the Crossroads…Everyone needs to be praying for him!!!! Lord…visit him today…speak to him!!!

  • Pastor Bobby March 28, 2011 Reply

    wrong?? what can I learn from Charlie Sheen?? We all need a Rescuer!
    If we live in denial and function with little or no self-awareness we are hooped

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