I wonder how many people who attend church are so intimidated and fearful of ridicule they simply sit there and listen? Never to open their mouf's and ask a question? Never to ask confirmation or seek insight over one Bible issue or another? For example. On this forum..., because it's a Debate Forum..., and because so many folks are thousands of miles apart it's relatively easy to take pot shots at others only to then smugly retreat via the "sign out" tab. To harshly imply how dumb another might be and how smart "you'se" be. Preachers preach. They get paid to preach. That's all they do is preach. That's their job. Every service it's..., preach, preach, preach. Normally, it's, You gotta get saved! You gotta get saved! You gotta get saved! Sunday School? Nope. Sunday School does not necessarily provide answers to those specific question's the younger crowd might have. So, do any of you have a time set aside where in you just sit and listen, vice preaching..., constantly? To explore and satisfy individual fears, anxieties, frustrations, questions, etc., so as to allow others a better understanding of the Word? To unbutton your shirt and ease the tie knot, kick up your feet and say, "Lets talk? Women's Meetings? Nope. Bless their little pea pickin' hearts usually at any women's meeting they all end up talking at the same time to each other. Obviously, someone isn't listening. A meeting of the men? Nope. A men's meeting usually ends up like a segment of "Tool Time". Just curious.