Let’s stop making assumptions about all Small Churches based on bad experiences with some Small Churches. Each one deserves to stand or fall on its own.
The people we now know as Pilgrims weren’t the only ones who were dissatisfied with the way things were in England. But they made a difference because they took action. Like a lot of their bible heroes, they left where they were without knowing where they’d end up. For many world-changers, action comes first. A plan comes later.
One year ago today I started writing this blog. I had no idea if anyone other than my friends, family and church members would care about this topic. It turns out a lot of people care a great deal.
There are a lot of reasons healthy Small Churches stay small that have nothing to do with lack of faith, wrong principles, laziness, settling for less or incompetence. I’ve written about some of those reasons here already. Here’s another reason. Sometimes churches stay small because small is their only option. Today, I’m presenting two posts
Discovering and embracing the fact that I am a Small Church pastor was one of the most liberating moments of my life. It took me years to get there, but once I did… Wow! What relief!. As I’ve outlined in The Grasshopper Myth and in posts on this site, I didn’t want to admit I