“Introverts in the Church: Finding Our Place in an Extroverted Culture” by Adam S. McHugh

Monday, 01 Jan 2018

If you hate church fellowship hour, evangelizing strangers, and youth group lock-ins, you might be a terrible Christian. Or maybe you’re just an introvert. Adam S. McHugh, a pastor and introvert, has written Introverts in the Church: Finding Our Place in an Extroverted Culture to help churches figure out the difference. Many books have been written about how American culture prizes extroverts and needs to learn to value introverts, defined as people who (generally) are energized by solitude, process internally, and prefer depth over breadth (35–43). McHugh realizes that this process needs to happen just ...

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