A physical space can be at the vital center of ministry—if you don't make it an idol.
If I were to put up a plaque at church, I’d want it to honor our crew of sextons.
As I think about all of the complex questions we have ahead of us concerning downsizing, restructuring, property, and buildings, I’ve begun to have one guiding question.
Mercy Junction has a dedicated group of people, but it's not financially self-sustaining. Recently, it started managing a large church building.
A church is not a building. But I believe a church building is often an outward and visible sign of a congregation's spiritual condition.