Because, well, a million fewer people are going to die a year. Significantly reduced pollution and trillions of hours will be given back to people — quality of life goes way up.
Once you go, ‘All right, there’s a lot of upsides there’ and you have folks like the folks in Mountain View, [California,] a few different companies working hard on this problem, this thing is going to happen.
There are, however, churches that are more like aircraft carriers.
These churches are designed to empower all members to find their God-given purpose in life, to equip them and to send them on missions into the world to reach and serve those who don’t know Jesus, much like the crew of an aircraft carrier is all about launching military planes and equipping them well to carry out successful missions.
Did you know an aircraft carrier is the same size as many cruise ships, housing thousands of people?
But what distinguishes an aircraft carrier ship isn’t its size; it’s the efficiency on the flight deck.
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Hover over the icon to view the related FAQ or click on the icon to view the FAQ page. The information and Standards contained in this website are current as of today.Cruise ship churches tend to be internally focused on the needs of their regularly attending members.The main goal in these churches, as on a cruise ship, is to keep the “customer” happy and the complaints to a minimum.Mark 1:1 The Message of Mark Recently I shared a very interesting article that led to some great discussion during our staff team time called, “Is Your Church a Cruise Ship or Aircraft Carrier?” You can find the post on the sermon extras tab on our website. People who attend “cruise ship churches,” much like cruise ship passengers, often come to be entertained and catered to by the staff. In fact, they tend to rate the quality of their experience – the music, the sermon and the way it made them feel – much like cruise ship passengers rate their satisfaction with various aspects of their trip.Document Design & Layout: Betty Geer, Lorina Washington TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction I.