Tom Butler quote: CLICK HERE I happen to agree with this quote. (whether or not it's in context is your decision, but doesn't have to be argued) I would take it even further, and say that we are to AVOID bringing unsaved people into church buildings on Sundays. Why do I say this? We have six days to work, and all six days and all of our lives are meant to proclaim God to the lost. We are given this one day to become renewed and refreshed. Church is a time of fellowship with like minded people, a safe haven from the world. We are there to learn, worship, and be renewed and prepared for the next six days. Bringing in the unsaved does the following: 1. Defeats the purpose of gathering together the church. 2. Allows unbelievers to feel welcomed in a spiritual setting without having accepted the reason for the church's existance. 3. Puts the focus on the unsaved, when the purpose of the meeting is to focus on worship and fellow believers. 4. Creates a feeling of...hmm, can't think of the word. Maybe "edginess". We have to have milk sermons, and then we can't really grow. Do we kick out the people who do try to come in? Of course not! However, my feeling is that whenever someone new comes in, they should be greeted. The saved person will happily make a profession of faith. The unsaved one will not, and then they can be taken aside and presented with the Gospel.