Of course, I’m curious to dig deeper and understand the reason(s) why?
Surely it isn’t because people are lazy?
Could it be because they dislike socializing?
Could it be because they don’t like being bullied or manipulated by the so-called experts within the church? (Not just the pastor).
Does Christian radio provide something spiritual that church doesn’t?
Maybe a song and message easier to embrace without having to deal with the politics and religion of church?
That people long for a relationship with God is a given.
But what would you say?
What are the reasons many seem to favor Christian radio to church?
What do you think?
Obviously, quite a few followers of Jesus do both.
They attend church and also use Christian media: radio, T.V. and books.
132 million attend church.
141 million use Christian media according to Preaching Daily quoting the National Religious Broadcasters from an article in the Washington Post.
The gap is 9 million who aren’t attending church but who are getting their spiritual input from media.
I agree, though, with a conclusion from the article: that people need people to grow best in their Christian faith.
People-to-people interaction is still necessary.
The greatest spiritual support comes from attending church.
Isn’t this how you see it?