"Wow! I think everyone has made great points.
My first thought is, Do we really need to even worry about it? It seems so often we KEEP trying to "do everything right" when that's not really the point. The point is…"
"I think it is remarkable how closely intertwined is this question with the other recent question, "Why don't people go to church?"
#1 - I personally would not do it on Father's Day, specifically for the reasons…"
"And I imagine plenty of other people have jobs that they get home from between 6 and 7p on Wednesdays. At that time you just want to relax, feed everyone supper (which is not relaxing) and put tomorrow's laundry in the washer (which is…"
"I know there is a soultion. But I don't think the solution necessarily involves getting people to start "going to church" again. For example, tonight, our church is meeting at a local park because the local high school is…"
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Hi Tara. I just embedded a video into the Celebrate Recovery group. Chris Campbell will be posting an update on Celebrate Recovery, and I'm sure that Sharon will respond as well. Celebrate Recovery covers all kinds of hurts, habits, and hangups--grief, anger, divorce, loneliness, addiction, and anything else that has a hold over us. I hope that you'll come and check it out.
What would happen if all of the longtime Christians, church leaders, elders, etc., in a church left, leaving the church made up of new converts, younger generations (Millennials, Gen Xers), and seekers? New converts, younger generations, and seekers often have different value systems, points of emphasis, and preferences on any…See More