At the end of your life, when you reflect upon what really matters in your church participation?
Will you care about . . .
– The color of the decor?
– The style of the music?
– The humor of the preacher?
– The depth of the preacher?
– The length of the services?
– The development of the organization?
No, the only thing that will last is relationships.
So, don’t devalue relationships in your faith community.
Nurture them. Protect them. Expand them.
And don’t choose your church participation based off of consumer-driven desires.
Choose relationships. Christian Community is eternal.
One thought on “What really matters in a church?”
Yes! Developing and maintaining koinonia is what really matters. Also, consistently inviting others into relationship.