Special guest Holden Ghaffary. He shares about his love for sports.
We discuss ministry value 5: “Youth will connect to the Church for life when they come to know it as more than a weekly program. The Church is a place where children, youth and adults share life experiences, which will allow them to grow into a deeper understanding of true community.”
We live in a “meh” culture. Holden shares his perspective on what motivates us. Why are we lazy?
Side conversation #1 – What would happen to our relationships with our parents if we weren’t lazy?
The main concern: This “meh” culture exists in the church too. Why? Are we just bored?
Side conversation #2 – By going to church, are kids searching for deeper answers to life, even if they don’t realize it?
Side conversation #3 – Death is scary.
So why has church become a low priority? Why is it boring instead of exciting? How do we help people see the church has value?
Ephesians 2:22, 1 Corinthians 3:9 – We are God’s building. This is a big deal.
If church is boring then, does this mean we’re missing something?
Acts 2:42-47 The early church.
In our “meh” culture, how do we get back to that?