5 Ways Small Churches Help Big Churches Without Getting (Or Asking For) Credit

https://www.flickr.com/photos/spyndle/6210678935/Big churches and small churches all have something to contribute to the body of Christ.

But there’s an interesting side-story going on in the church that no one but small church pastors are in a position to notice. Small churches don’t just contribute good things to the body of Christ in general, we’re providing ministry for big churches that no one else is aware of.

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  1. I have been looking around for an outlet from my “catholic” church. I am a sacristan in germany. I tend towards protestant. Anyways . . .

    I am looking for a house church or a house circle or mini church that I am thinking as a jump board to creating more house churches or house circle for the church that I might attend (house group) etc etc etc . . .

    IN the process, I have noticed that some smaller groups use the “big events” from the other churches to go celebrate without losing their identity. I would wonder if there was competition who would suffer the bigger loss.

    I think that is not a bad idea. It saves on costs. It saves on paying for a big name speaker or musician. It saves all around in many ways. The small community could in many ways add a little more vibrant life to the gathering because of the bigger excitement of “going some where, but not planning to stay in the arena.


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