To join a big and thriving church is not always wrong, but it is frequently the easy option To join a little, needy congregation is not a decision to be taken lightly. It will probably require far more guts, love, resilience and spiritual exertion. But how the devil would love to herd Christians into a few big city centre churches, getting them to travel miles from their communities, and leaving vast tracts of our country with no viable witness for the gospel. This book is written as a plea for Christians to think again about getting involved with a small church. Ask yourself the question, ‘How can we drive past one church to go to another?'