Our churches are founded on faith, and built for believers, and its believers are – last we checked – people, right?
Then, by virtue of the transitive property, these faith-founded churches are in the ‘business’ of people. People believe. People volunteer. People fill the pews and small groups. We are – or should be – people people.
When we all come together to pray, to give, to learn and to connect, we form a faith family – intentionally or not – because our shared beliefs bring us together; they unite us arguably more so than just about any other shared human interest.