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10.10.2005

Demographics

Sparked while listening to Josh Harris on the Covenant Life Church podcast: How do you reach out to "the unchurched"? Once someone starts getting involved in church, when do they change from "unchurched" to being "churched"? If they then become "churched", do you then stop trying to reach them, since your target audience is the "unchurched" and they now belong to the "churched" demographic? What about "once churched, always churched"?

"Everybody wants to go to heaven,
But nobody wants to die."

- David Crowder Band, A Collision

1 Comments:

Blogger Kim said...

I love that quote, btw. It's so true....

11/10/05 1:04 AM  

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