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Are Churches Fixing Problems No One Cares About?
People who don’t attend church aren’t as angry as we think. They’re apathetic. Anger would be easier to deal with.

I'm no expert at why people don’t go to church. Although I probably should be. After all, as a small church pastor there are a lot of people who don’t attend my church. But I have an idea.

If people don’t care about going to church, maybe we should bring church to them.

If people don’t care about going to church, maybe we should bring church to them.

No, not by setting up a stage in the middle of the block. (Although there are times when that works, too.) By doing a better job of being the church.

In my next post, 11 Ways to Be the Church for Those Who Don’t Come to Church, I’ll talk about – well, I’ll talk about what the title says.

Put on your work boots. Toes will be stepped on.

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