The secret of measuring success in the church is…

RAF recently wrote an interesting post on ‘the secret of measuring success in the church’. Almost everyone will have their own ideas on a topic like this and very often they will be quite different. Despite this, considering such questions can be worthwhile because they orient us toward that which is most important. As such, I thought I would try my hand at coming up with a measure of the success of the church.

It is this: the success of the church is measured by the extent to which members of a particular ward/stake eat together in each others homes.

First let me explain what I mean and then why I think this is important.

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