The earliest Christians didn’t have church buildings and met in homes. They had no access to the mass media of their day. They had little money, absolutely no political influence, and didn’t even have a Twitter account. After the Apostle Paul, they didn’t really have any “big name missionaries”. The faith spread through run of the mill, ordinary, people from all walks of life who had given their life to Jesus.
What makes a church something that people are intrigued by and want to experience? It's not a building or a program or a song list. The church at its heart is people. When we live and serve as Jesus teaches, people will be drawn to Christ through us. Join us as we find out how our church can move from being merely attractive to being truly magnetic.