Why do non-Christians go to church? (postponed)

Okay, it’s finally time for me to begin tackling this question. The problem is that I don’t really know the answers so this is going to be a general musing with some of my own hunches. Therefore, I’m really interested to know your opinions on it too. Perhaps together, we can figure some of this out.

That is how I started writing this post, but that was two weeks ago, and I still don’t have any really good answer for this question, so I’m posting this now just to let you know I’m still working on it.

I’m going to be reading a book called Surprising Insights from the Unchurched to figure out the major factors leading people outside the world of church to explore the church world in the first place.

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4 thoughts on “Why do non-Christians go to church? (postponed)

  1. dear Jeff, Miss you and Jen so very much. I know things are going well for and you’re on His path. You know from past experience how horrible i am on the computer, no where can i find you’re address to correspond. Please leave for me? God bless, Bob

  2. Why do non-Christians go to church? Perhaps to try to find answers, test the waters, see if they’re missing anything. Some may have originally been raised within a particular religion and only go for major holidays as part of a “tradition”. Or, maybe they’re trying to find someplace where they can fit in, having tried other churches or denominations and feeling or actually being rejected.

  3. You really need to rethink having a whole section called “My Church.” I was with you on the beliefs of the church… but am a little concerned that you think of this church as YOURS and not HIS.

    1. I’m sorry that section bothers you. Of course, I don’t consider any church to be “mine” in the sense that I own it or whatever. However, there is a local church where I am a pastor, and I want people to know which one it is. “My Church” was the shortest way to communicate that thought.

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