I have no issue with mega-churches – many of them are my clients. But my concern is not with size, but with values. The larger you grow, the more utilitarian, compliant, standardized, and corporate you tend to become. Large organizations by their nature rely on templates, and have a more difficult time encouraging creativity, innovation, spontaneity, and tolerating mistakes.
Smaller organizations are often more nimble, react to change more quickly, and know how to innovate. So if you’re a leader or member of a large church, never get so big as an organization that you cease to create, encourage spontaneity, innovate, and change.