Columnist Rodney Kennedy argues that the church has a thinking problem when it comes to the poor. The same ideas keep popping back up generation after generation going all the way back to Pharaoh. So, how do we rewrite the playbook?
Small church life will be hard to sustain. Roughly 85% of American congregations have fewer than 250 members. Most of the work is done by older adults filling the pews. Millennials get much of the blame, but it's not life-work balance -- it's capitalism.