“Less is not only more; it is, more importantly, less.”
I’ve been taken with the idea of “less is more” for some time now. Simplicity can be elegant. Of course, like anything taken to extremes, less can drift into minimalism and risks becoming more of a statement than a practical solution. The idea that I want to convey is that less isn’t the absence of something, but the appropriate use of only what is necessary.
From how often we communicate, what we choose to say (and not to say) in our communications and selecting the proper channel to reach the right audience, less is best.
QUESTION: How could your church or ministry benefit from “less”?