Good article posted on the Out of Ur blog ealier today by Brandon O’Brien:
In a conversation last week about the virtues of small churches, a pastor friend of mine, Chuck Warnock, quoted a passage from John Zogby’s 2008 book The Way We’ll Be: The Zogby Report on the Transformation of the American Dream (Random House). Zogby prophesies that “The church of the future will be a bungalow on Main Street, not a megastructure in a sea of parking spaces. It’s intimacy of experience that people long for, not production values.”
But, as always, its not as simple as that. However, the conclusions that O’Brien comes to are interesting.
Read the full article here.