It doesn’t matter whether you identify with Christianity, a particular church, or none at all. But this story begins back when I was pastoring a church.
Someone back then commented about another congregation, that it was a “feel good church.”
They meant it as an insult, but it got me thinking, Well, yea. Should it be a “feel bad church” instead? What good does that do?
And so my philosophy of a church is that it should be a “feel good church.” At least most of the time. (Sometimes you do ...