I just read a really interesting article in Southern Cross (Sydney Anglican Paper) titled 'A McDonald's church is no bad thing'.

Here is my favourite quote:
"Retailers such as McDonald's have always realised the fundamental truth that it is the people not inside one of their restaurants that are most critical to their ongoing business. That is why their first prority is to gain the notice of those who are not their customers, and to draw them into the McDonald's experience. They key to successfully growing any business is connecting with those people who are not yet customers."
The outsider is the key to our life and calling as Christians. What do you think?