That’s the case with my church and a whole lot of great Small Churches near me. Even though we live in a heavily populated area with some of the world’s most well-known megachurches nearby (which are doing a great job serving God and blessing people, by the way) a lot of people still go to Small Churches.
Small Churches are not a mistake or a problem to be fixed.
Small Churches have a vital role in the body of Christ, along with our big church friends and fellow laborers.
In it, we talk about some important principles, like
- The IKEA Effect
- How we behave differently in large and small groups
- Why so many people choose to attend Small Churches even when there are big church options available
- How worldwide Christianity is thriving, not shrinking
- and more
In today’s podcast we talk about the advantages of being in a Small Church, including the amazing worldwide reach of Small Churches. A reach that any company, country or military would love to have. Being a Small Church isn’t any better or worse than being a big church. But it does have some unique advantages. We just need to see them and use them. (Episode 78 – 33:46 total run time)
So what do you think? Have you ever considered the advantages of your church’s small size?
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