To wrap up our adventure, we picked churches to provide the most varied experiences. For this phase my thoughts center on church size, coupled with my desire for community with other believers.
We’ve completed the final phase of our adventure. Even though most of these churches in this group are medium to large in size, consider these two discussion questions that address smaller churches:
1. Community is easier at smaller churches, yet I don’t go to one. Curious.
Regardless of the size of your church, how can you better connect people in community?
2. Smaller churches are usually older congregations. They often have traditional services, don’t embrace newer methods, and are mostly composed of aging parishioners. I’m not against older people, but I am against complacency.
How can you guard against complacency?
[See the prior set of questions, the prior post, or start at the beginning.]
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