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Part 7 | Health and Wholeness
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The congregation was asked to rate the level of concern they have about particular areas of life in the area of health and wholeness. Part 7 presents the congregation’s response and the community’s response to these same areas. Here the Divergence factor is based on the ideal being “no distress” (worry or concern) in this theme area. This section is different in that the divergence is not between how the community rates concern and the congregation rates concern but rather how each group distinctly responded to the ideal of “no distress”.
You will note that there is no Gap Theme on this chart, instead the issues are listed on the left of the chart with bullet descriptors for each under the issue heading. Immediately to the right of the issues is the community rating on the top line and the congregation rating on the bottom line. When asked to respond to the issues of childcare, good schools, etc. the community rated their level of concern slightly beyond the center toward increasing “wholeness” or less worry in this area. The congregation had an even more positive response to issues of concern for children and were slightly closer to the ideal of little or no concern.
Both groups feel as if the schools and problems rated to children are being somewhat addressed in their community. Does this particular rating provide any valuable information for the church’s life or is it simply an interesting fact?