Church Dropouts

Barna Group research reports that 10% of American’s today say they “love Jesus but not the church”. This statistic is up from 7% in 2004. Life Way Research says that about 70% of the young adult group drop out of church. Two-thirds of the dropouts will return to church later in life, but…23% drop out for good. These people are choosing to remove themselves from a church family. Why? See if some of these reasons for not going to church sound familiar: I need down time on Sunday morning. I can find God in other places. Church is not relevant to me. It doesn’t meet my needs. I’m tired of the routine at church. The church doesn’t connect with my life. I don’t like the changes at church. I h

Natural vs Supernatural

I love studying the miracles of Jesus written about in John’s Gospel. John focuses on only 7 miracles and the one I want to spend some time on right now is the miracle of the feeding of the 5000. I’m sure most of you reading this remember this miraculous happening. It was amazing. Take a look at John 6 and read about it. One of the amazing things about the feeding of the 5000 is the little boy who offered what he had to Jesus-the 5 loaves and 2 fish in his lunch box. This was a miracle in itself. This child was ready to give everything he had to eat to Jesus and his disciples. Withholding nothing. I would have probably kept one of the loaves for myself before handing the rest to th

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