Before you shoot me, I’m simply concerned that too many churches are using Sunday mornings as the centerpiece for outreach. And I’m not arguing that we should shut down Sunday morning worship gatherings, for crying out loud.
What I am arguing for, however, is a radical rewiring of discipleship that challenges saints, the called out ones, to live out their faith in their respective spheres of influence (job, neighborhoods, family, school–you get the picture). I understand that culture and time are the skins that contextualize the gospel as we know it.
But when the heart and ethos of intention when it comes to how we make disciples is as compromised as it is in America, we need to rethink how we live out our faith in light of God’s Word and Jesus’ incarnational approach.
What do you think? Am I crazy?