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Each week you look around the room, and you know instantly who’s missing. The McDaniel’s aren’t here, but they hardly ever show up. On the other hand, you don’t see the Whites, and they usually sit in the third row. Maybe they caught that stomach virus that’s going around. And what about that neighbor you invited, Janet? She keeps saying she watches sermons on your website, and you keep inviting her, but she never seems to actually show up.
It’s estimated that 2%-7% of your congregation will be out sick on any given week. For a congregation of 300 that’s nearly two dozen people who can’t make it to service. That doesn’t even include the shut-ins or disabled who can’t make it even though they would love to.
Others might just see some empty seats, but you know who’s missing. You know their names. You carry them on your heart. And you want to give them as many options as possible for hearing the Word.
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