There has been a lady coming to our church in recent months who always seems to have a "different" way of interpreting our lesson in Sunday school class. It's almost as though she is trying to get controversy started, but I'm not sure if it's just that, or if she might be a little "off" mentally. Anyway, last week she out of the blue, says "Wouldn't it be just as good to take the youth out fishing on Sunday mornings than to have them sit in Sunday School class, as long as we talked about Jesus?" The pastor joins our class and he answered her by saying that there is a time and place for everything and Sunday morning is to be for learning and worship and fishing could be done at another time. And he also added that taking the youth fishing once or twice a year wouldn't be a big deal, but every Sunday certainly would. What do you think? Do you think that if you enjoyed golfing, for instance, and went golfing every Sunday morning and in the meantine, witnessed to others on the golf course, that you would be pleasing God? My answer to the lady was that I come to Sunday services to learn and to worship, and for me to think that I was so "OK" that I didn't have to come because my time could be better spent "in the world" spreading the good news, would be wrong. I don't think I'll ever have it all down pat, not do I think that I'll ever be so perfect that I won't need church anymore.