Obviously, they don’t really do a weekly presentation/performance, but they do spend their work day “ministering” to peoples needs, one right after another.
They address important, (often “life or death”) issues, they have responsibility for the decisions they make, and there is always someone waiting for help when they are done with the person they are with.
What’s missing is that they don’t have anyone telling them that God called them and appointed them and thus they are really important and above the rules and boy, we need a break or conference soon…
Granted, I’m on drugs and may be seeing things from a skewed perspective…or maybe the church is all skewed up.
It has a new interface and runs about a zillion times faster than it’s competitor and Lord how I wish I didn’t have so much money already invested in the competitor, cause this is so much better of a program.
If you don’t already own the competitor and you use Apple products, check this out before you get eaten by the bear that is Logos.