Writer, Frank Viola, recently wrote about leaving “the institutional” church.
Another popular writer Donald Miller caused a sensation when he wrote a blog about the fact that he does not regularly attend church anymore. His follow-up blog includes this quote that grabbed me by the eyeballs:
And yet, most of the influential Christian leaders I know (who are not pastors) do not attend church.
I don’t mean to sound as flippant as this will sound, but can I get a list?
If I’m reading advice about how to be a pastor in the church from men and women who do not themselves attend church, well, I’d kind of like to know that.
Can publishers start putting that on the book cover somewhere?
I see that Teddy Ray has already written on this topic. He is always worth reading, but I did not notice his post until after I published this.