…if churches shut their buildings’ doors, gave the members their contributions back and encouraged them to invest in their neighborhoods or community?
What ministries would suffer? Who would be left behind or neglected? What good could come of that?
Just a question floating around my head since Sunday.
Note: I believe this idea originated with LifeBridge Christian Church in Longmont, CO. They’re not shutting their doors, but they are exploring giving some contributions back to the members for community investment. That’s about all I know, but I thought it was pretty intriguing.