Thursday, May 6, 2010
A Case for Underprogramming
Many churches tend to think the mark of a healthy church is more programming. More activity. More busyness. More events. More "ministries". Not necessarily. The church isn't the YMCA after all. We are a family, a gospel culture, and people united to display the character of God. We gather for worship, edification through the Word, and for fellowship. Our work and our witness happens through our loving and sacrificial community and through our faithfulness to live and speak the gospel during the week as we walk among the peoples of the world. Here is a good case for under-programming the church so that we do not "shoot ourselves in the foot" for our true mission and purpose. READ HERE.