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- It allows members of the congregation to be comfortable with the fear of sharing their faith.
- It allows members of the congregation to feel the story of what God did in their lives doesn’t matter. It’s actually a little insulting to God.
- It allows members of the congregation to believe outreach doesn’t matter.
- It denies the opportunity for members of the congregation to bond through shared experiences of struggle and healing.
- It allows members of the congregation to feel insecure and shame, that every one else around them in the pews has a better life and walk with God. Such feelings lead to withdrawal and isolation.
- It sets a tone in the congregation that what matters more than anything else is appearances of success and achievement.
- It is the opposite of vulnerability and when people aren’t vulnerable they are suspicious and protective…catastrophic for ministry effectiveness.
- Testimonies are evidence of the effectiveness of faith. Without evidence, people may doubt your church is really having impact.