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There is another category: The discouraged. Those disciples who believe, and are interested, but have been hurt so badly by the institutional church that they no longer can find a home to come to consistently. They show up on special occasions, such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter, but otherwise are missing in action. I'm not sure how one would reach these folks, who, though they may not attend "church" still frequently maintain close fellowship with other believers in other ways. How does one reach those people, who are becoming an increasing minority within the Church?
Spot on! Loved the way you reversed the Lord's Prayer.
Excellent article and message. I have to admit that I struggle on many Sundays when the message seems to leave out more than one of the four groups mentioned. As a disciple who loves to bring seekers and resisters into the family of God, I pray that the Lord will use each Sunday's message to reach them while still teaching me. Hopefully I can get this idea into the hands of our pastors and we will see even more fruit from our Sunday gatherings. Thanks for your thought provoking article.
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