"If you lead a group that allows anyone to join, for free, your group might be large, but it's not tight, it's not organized to make important change. Commitment slows things down in the short run, but ultimately aligns interests." Seth Godin (Check out the rest of the post here.)
And here lies the tension for the modern church. It always seems that the churches with the highest entrance requirements don't have the highest attendance rates, but do make a lot of impact on the lives of its attendees.
What do you think?