Saw a rerun of the Malcom In The Middle episode, "Day Care" It's about coping with the family's new baby. They join a church in order to benefit from the church's free daycare and are forced to participate in and to pretend to be interested in the church's religious activities. I thought this was a great example of the dilemma that Churches face in trying to attract new people. If we attract people by offering things people want, like daycare, are we producing real results or just paying people to come to church. If we're paying people to come to church how can we expect them to grow. Growth is painful. Growth requires that you pay something. Growth is the difference between living with your parents and having to be out on your own. If we're paying people to come to church what will happen to those people when they are asked to pay something. If people come to church just to get what we have are wee just producing rice Christians and producing no lasting results for the Kingdom of God?