Our motor car has become such an important part of our modern lives. I am sure we wonder how we would survive without it.
Our vehicle is often seen as an extension of ourselves. We clean it, care for it, protect it and maintain it.
We ensure our car is serviced regularly and we find it a great source of enjoyment and invaluable as a work vehicle and also our major means of transport to do the shopping, pick up the kids or head off on holidays.
When you come to think about it, our car is very much like our Church – except the Church won’t break down or run out of fuel. Going to Church does not require a renewal of registration each year, a road worthy certificate or an expensive insurance policy.
However, at our Church we can obtain a free comprehensive insurance policy which offers considerable personal benefits in the event of death.
Roadside service is available 24/7 provided along with free help to make any necessary repairs when required. In addition, there are regular weekly maintenance programs available along with on-going support to help us survive our personal journey.
If we think having a car is one of the greatest things in our life, then attending Church has got to be the best thing to happen to us since Adam was a boy.
I’m Peter Mack and that’s faith.