Last week, 37signals released a new book titled, REMOTE.
The premises is that an office is not required. 37signals hires the most talented people in the world, and the way they’ve been able to do it is by ignoring the traditional office setup, or as they call it, an “interruption factory.”
Since I am someone who is working remotely, I found myself agreeing wholeheartedly with a lot of what this book video trailer had to say:
This got me thinking about the Church.
What if churches began doing this more?
There are certain instances where having a presence on campus is important, but it seems like even this could use more flexibility. In fact, I would venture to say that considering how many pastors having meetings, etc…, there are some working in the church that are already doing this!
What do you think of the church implementing this idea more?
There could even be a decrease in operation costs, too.