why is it that most people think that church is mainly what happens on Sunday morning in a building?
Am I the only one who is frustrated by this entrenched dilemma? I mean how many messages do we need to realize that the identity of the church is (should be) primarily everything else but what occurs during the 'holy' hour.
It would be like: hockey reduced to a jersey fashion show
like baseball reduced to the announcement of the starting line up
like democracy reduced to the second language translation during question period
like cars reduced to the tilt steering, CD player, and interior noise
like a restaurant reduced to the menu
like a cup of coffee reduced to the mug it is held in
like a MAC notebook reduced to running non PC compliant software
I think Paul said something like a resounding gong...