Now displayed at the neighborhood Lutheran Church of the Tacky Reader-Board:
BUILDING A PLACE WHERE ALL ARE WELCOME
It goes on, in print so tiny you have to be Lutheran to see it:
...EVEN IF WE HAVE TO BURN THIS PLACE DOWN TO DO IT!
It's always a sad day when a church's leaders decide that they are willing to offend the faithful in order to curry favor with unbelievers. Do you think this is an unfair characterization of "seeker friendly" ministries? You should listen to these folks strategize. I've heard an LCMS pastor say these exact words: "I would gladly offend 100 loyal Lutherans rather than scare one unchurched person away...."
The problem is, when you've made the church a comfortable place for non-believers to go, how can it be a community of faith?