You’re talking… but who’s listening ?
When was the last time you got up early and stood in line… to be judged?
In many parts of the Christian world, we say that we are ministering to the lost, but in actually, we are losing those who were found.
Churches across the western world are getting smaller, even the mega churches. The reason? We are not reaching people, the way they seek information.
Google, YouTube and all sorts of social media give people the ability to look up whatever they don’t know. The problem with that is, when it comes to faith, much of the information can easily be incorrect, misinterpreted or just plain goofy.
Before you say, “If they have questions, they should just come to church”, you should think about the last time you visited a mosque, just because you had a question about Muslim people. Exactly! We don’t need to change the information, but we do have to think about the way we share it.
Carey Nieuwhof wrote a great post on how all ministers should think about how we deliver the Gospel and who we should be delivering it to! You can read it here.