Nobody Cares About Your Church (part one)

7 Responses

  1. dmicah says:

    this blog has some bite…

  2. Stephanie Windon says:

    i actually do kind of care about the coffee.

  3. Lee Beck says:

    I care about the coffee too. And when is that wild game dinner?? I scanned the Summit www site and can’t find it. We have plenty of deer and squirrel in our neighborhood that I’d like to contribute.

    Seriously, though, I read your post yesterday and will continue to check for Part 2. You have a way of really bringing reality home. I agree with everything that you say.

    I believe that building relationships is the best way to get people to see that you have something that they should look into – or not. Then it’s up to us to let them know what that something is. Cutesy sounding programs are for us insiders.

    Now – the dilemma is how to reach the masses. I can build relationships with a few un-churched individuals at best over a period of a couple of years. I try not to turn them off by talking about the propitiation of our sins or other churchy language that I’m not even sure that I understand. If I can get them through the church doors then hopefully they see that we’re not a bunch of nuts with some hidden agenda like taking their money and that we truly care for them as individuals and want them to have the best that life and eternity can offer. You, J.D., and the other staff do an excellent job of presenting apologetics in a straightforward, logical way.

  4. Cliff says:

    IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiii like where this is going….

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