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How does one change the culture of the church?

26 Jun

Musings for a Thursday morning, or questions I wrestle with.

  • How does one change the culture of the church?
  • How do we become more outward focused instead of inward focused?
  • How do we develop a passion for the lost?
  • How do we develop a willingness to do whatever it takes rather than settle for the easy option?
  • How do we develop an abundance mentality instead of a scarcity mentality?
  • How do we help people become generous with their time, talents, and treasures?
  • How do we help get people looking forward and let go of the past?
  • How do we stop people from standing on the brake and resisting progress?
  • How do we encourage people to take greater risks rather than strive for comfort and status quo?
  • How do we encourage people to pursue Christ and stop dabbling with sin?
  • How do we help people stop making excuses for sin, compromise, mediocrity, etc?
  • How do we get people out of the pew and into ministry?
  • How do we help people objectively evaluate our ministries rather than fixate on the forms?
  • How does one bring about revival in a church?

Much to pray about.

 
2 Comments

Posted by on June 26, 2014 in Church, Culture

 

2 responses to “How does one change the culture of the church?

  1. dustydcm

    June 26, 2014 at 5:19 pm

    Reblogged this on dustydcm and commented:
    As ever, more questions than answers. Surely a focus on Jesus, His mission, His model of working and His calling to follow must be central?

     
    • wheelsms

      June 27, 2014 at 8:40 am

      Yes, indeed. We need to get people focused back on Jesus.

       

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