Today, churches in America have a tremendous opportunity. It doesn’t matter if you’re a church of 10,000 or 75. The door is wide open. The ups-and-downs of the U.S. economy, a decaying moral fabric, and an educational system that teaches children that they’re random “accidents” has left more in desperate need of help and hope. Slashed government budgets have left counties and schools far more willing to work with churches today.
There’s no better time for churches to engage actively and integrally with their communities.
Yet as we discuss in our eBook The 5 Steps to Revitalize Your Church, few churches are taking advantage of this opportunity. Few are integrally involved in addressing the issues facing their cities. While people do life, churches do church.
As a result, at no point in American history have churches had less of a voice in the affairs of day-to-day-life. They haven’t shown a genuine interest in society so society assumes churches aren’t interested in them. That perception severely inhibits the ability of churches and all Christians to reach the lost.
How can your church regain its voice?
By following these 5 steps…