If you think my blog was full of questions before, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
I feel moved to ask a lot more. And to really, really listen – or read – and respond to the answers you put in the comments section.
It’s not some gimmick to build hits and visits on this blog (I really have no tracking software other than the “unique visitors” counter at the bottom right, which is flawed by what it measures). I’m always glad to have visitors, both lurkers and commenters. It’s not a ploy to convert one to the other.
Truth is, I really want to know what you think.
The first (three-part) question I want to ask is close to home with me. In my work as a communication specialist at my home church, I work with worship planning teams and our ministry staff; I organize/compile the visual presentations during the worship hour. I’m very involved in creating a recommendation for upgrading all of that hardware and software. So before my siblings spend a wagonload of buckage on it, I feel like I really need to know:
Is there a central or most important aspect of our worship time together? If so, what is it? What aspect(s) remain important, but subordinate to it?
I leave the word “aspect” completely open to your definition. Please feel free to comment anonymously if you prefer.