Why Some Church Members Don’t Want Their Church to Grow

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Why Some Church Members Don’t Want Their Church to Grow

  1. Loss of familiarity.
  2. Loss of memories.
  3. Loss of comfort.
  4. Loss of power.
  5. Loss of perceived intimacy.
  6. Loss of worship style.
  7. Loss of worship time.

Some highlights from today’s Rainer Report:

  • Typically, people who don’t want their church to grow are not leading in a Great Commission fashion.
  • When a church grows, it becomes something it wasn’t before, and some members experience discomfort.
  • If your church experiences growth, expect some of the legacy members to complain about the growth.
  • Routine is a comforting thing to many church members. When their routine changes, they typically don’t like it.

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