Out of the 350,000-some churches in North America, only about three thousand are classified as mega-churches. In fact, the average church size falls between 110 and 135 members. So why are so many pastors and denominations fixated on church growth? Believe it or not, size isn't God's primary concern for His church. The early church shows us that character, servanthood, discipleship, and following the Holy Spirit are much more important than attendance numbers. By getting back to these core values and away from energy-sapping obsessions, authors Wes Roberts and Glenn Marshall remind pastors and church leaders why they entered the ministry in the first place.
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