The Christian message, the Christian story, goes something like this: God came to earth and we killed him.

This is a good article, with lessons for the church that apply far beyond Hillsong. When the church puts being cool above being holy, when church leadership is more concerned with relevance than faithfulness, bad things happen. The article might be behind a paywall so here are some key takeaways:

On Maundy Thursday, Jesus gave his disciples a new command: to love one another as he has loved us. While the command to love had been given in the Old Testament law, Jesus deepens and redefines that law with his own example of love, first in washing the disciples' feet, then in dying on the cross for his people (which is what the foot-washing pointed to).

One of the great obstacles to genuine Christian community is pride.

The ancient communion prayer from the Didache: