The average church-goer hears 12 hours of sermons ALL YEAR. Now, who's discipling who?
Her life was forever changed the night the healing and soul-cleansing water from above came looking for her in a lonely laundromat on the wrong side of the tracks at midnight in the pouring rain.
People are being shaped and "discipled" far more effectively by the secular media they consume all week long than by any Sunday sermon they might hear twice a month.
You know you've successfully launched a social revolution when even non-coffee drinkers like me are regularly heard saying, "Hey, wanna grab coffee this week?"
While other Jewish teachers were content to spend their time teaching in the synagogue, here is Paul sipping coffee at the ancient equivalent of a Starbucks in the ancient equivalent of Time Square in the ancient equivalent of New York City.
While most churches are trying to attract people to their Sunday services, where are the churches finding new ways to engage spiritual seekers where they are?