No, no, no, we’re not going to do that. We want to show people and give them answers about how to take the food and receive the food. So every time we do something we think about the chairs. Earlier I said this, “The twofold purpose at Fellowship Church is what? To build believers and to serve seekers.” Right? To build believers and to serve seekers.
And here’s the question, here’s the tension that should always be in the church. How much do you play something, do you angle something towards believers; and how much do you play something and angle something toward the seeker? I love that tension. And that tension has been with us for 14 years at Fellowship Church. And it will always be with us. And that’s one of the reasons we plan with the team approach.
That’s one of the reasons we talk to so many people. That’s one of the reasons we get input from so many different areas. Because it helps us to formulate these weekends that build believers and also serve seekers. Here’s the challenge we have, though. And I’ll talk about this more next week. As you know, I did not want to come to Dallas/Fort Worth to start a church. I did not want to come up here. I love Dallas/Fort Worth, but I did not want to come up here. I wanted to go somewhere like Las Vegas, NV. I wanted to go somewhere like Montreal, Canada. I wanted to go to California or somewhere in South Florida, maybe Miami, Ft. Lauderdale. I did not want to come to Dallas/Fort Worth. Why? Because,© Copyright 2012admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: Ed Young