“ANSWER A FEW QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CHURCH OF TOMORROW?
If you went to the same church, and had similar rituals, but they drew from all of our history, not just Biblical, and tried to apply the lessons of history to (apolitical) current life and family affairs would that make you more interested in it?
If you went to the same church and the people who performed the rituals were married, and had the best educations possible from the best universities possible, in both the sciences and the arts, would that make you more likely to go?
If you went to the same church and every week you had a guest speaker on a ‘meaningful’ subject. would that make you more likely to go?
If you went to the same church, and they offered education by professionals with lifetime experience in ‘real life, household management, craftsmanship, business, industry, finance, and science, would that make you more interested?
If you want to that same church and they provided credit union and banking, legal, tax, services – not by employees but by devotees – what would you think of it?
If you went to that same church and they organized emergency and disaster services, what would you think of it?
What does this sequence of ideas make you think and feel?” – Curt Doolittle.