Monday, July 31, 2017
The Worst Ways To Evaluate Your Church (And The Best One)
When you attend a church, how do you evaluate what you’re experiencing?
Before you say “I don’t evaluate anything. I’m just there to worship God,” hang on a second.
We all evaluate what’s happening in church. Every one of us does. Whether you’re a first time guest or a lifelong attender, you evaluate your experience. You do the same thing every time you go to a coffee shop, store or restaurant. Frankly, you’re doing it now, trying to decide whether clicking on this article was worth it and whether you’re going to bother to skim through it, read to the end or abandon things.
To evaluate is human. How you evaluate something is the difference between being harmful and helpful.
Evaluate things one way, and you become a critic. Soon, you may become a professional critic. Nothing is ever good enough.
Evaluate things another way, and you become a contributor—you build a better future. Read More
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 2:45 PM