November 10 | Written By Chris Reinolds
Let’s remind ourselves that there is nothing new under the Sun. The circumstances and events that bubble up in culture and society have already existed before the latest buzzword that pushes them to the forefront. Take the newest discussion around the idea of “quiet quitting.” According to Gallup, quiet quitting is when “people are not going above and beyond at work and just meeting their job descriptions.” A few years ago, we would’ve called this a few things: “phoning it in, doing the bare minimum, or checking out.” However, whatever you want to call it, this is a trend that isn’t new; just the words that describe it are. However, this reemergence of an old idea in new terminology means that it’s still an ongoing problem that needs addressing in the association and the church.
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