Does the Size of Your Church Matter? (Part 4)

I love small businesses. I bought my only television from a local, small business. They delivered it, set it up, and called a week later to see how I liked it. Great service.

I decided to get a second television so I could watch football while my kids watched whatever reality show they watch. So I went back to the small business. The sales guy remembered me and showed me four different televisions that might work. He quoted me a price. I decided to compare prices and went to a mega-store. The salesman showed me probably 40 different options, all priced considerably less than the smaller store. My heart was with the small business.

But I bought from the big business.

Why? They had more options and better prices.

In a multi-site church, you can worship with a smaller group of people at your campus. You can be deeply involved with Christ in your specific community. At the same time, you can experience the options and excellence of the large church.

This certainly isn’t the only or best means of doing ministry, but we have found it effective to minister to those God has sent and reach more along with way.

What we've learned:

Would you buy from the small business or the box store? Why? There are many advantages to multi-site churches, just as there are many advantages to churches of all shapes and sizes. There is no “right” option, but there are best practices for ensuring your church can thrive in the vision God has give to you. Pursue the vision for your church.

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