The main point that Ed Stetzer was making that night was about understanding who we are as Americans. Once we understand how it is broken up, it helps us to see how some interpret Christianity differently. He explained it like this.
25% Secular - Do not want God or do not want to be identified with Christianity.
25% Cultural Christians - They think America is Christian, therefore they are.
25% Congregational Christians - Casually connected to a church a few times per year like Christmas and Easter.
25% Committed Christians - Christ centered people who connect with Jesus and seek to make a difference in this world.
So, how do we, the church, show and share the love of Jesus with 75% of America, who are not committed Christians?
Let's not give up. Let's never give up. Let's pray. Let's spend time with those 75% even if we have to change our daily and weekly schedules. Let's show them the love of Jesus practically. Let's risk and ask them about their spiritual story and history. Let's risk and follow the Holy Spirit's lead as we share the GREAT NEWS of Jesus Christ with them in ways that are conversational.
I am evaluating my days and weeks to see how and when am I rubbing shoulders with the 75%, how about you?