Your Small Church Is Probably Pretty Normal

David Manner on small churches, artificial barriers, and eating at the kids’ table:

The adolescent children long for the day when they too can join the adult table where it seems like the conversation is always more substantial and the table appointments are always more abundant. Even though the food is exactly the same, the kids’ table is often a mediocre representation of the adult table.

Smaller churches and their leaders are sometimes separated along the same lines of demarcation from larger churches. Adult table wannabe’s.

Church statistical information, however, indicates that 95 percent of American churches average 350 or less in worship…

Read David’s full post here. It’s a great reminder that if you’re in a small church, you’re in really good company.

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