Why Our Neighbors Don’t Go to Church

Recently Oak Leaf Church in Cartersville, Georgia went around town asking people why they don’t go to church. These are the same people who live where you and I live. They may never walk into a church door, but we “the church” can walk into their’s. My neighbors love their families, are thoughtful, intelligent, hard working, and worthy of my time to listen carefully and spend time with them as Jesus would. There is more to people’s answers than what’s being said.


2 Responses to “Why Our Neighbors Don’t Go to Church”

  1. Very thought provoking. There seemed to be a theme of fear mongoring in the church and hypocrisy. I certainly hope that I don’t reinforce those ideas.

  2. verdeverdad Says:

    Interesting. Though, those last couple of lines from Romans seemed a bit presumptuous.

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