“You Gentiles are no longer strangers and foreigners. You are citizens, along with all of God’s holy people. You are members of God’s family. Together, we are his house, built on the foundation of the apostles and the prophets. And the cornerstone is Christ Jesus himself. We are carefully joined together in him, becoming a holy temple for the Lord. - Ephesians 2:19-21.” Chinese with our collective culture, the line between “insider” and “outsiders”  is especially red and bold. So being accepted as a member of God’s family is supposed to be a great honor. Yet, an embarrassing claim seems more often heard in the post-pandemic era: “I am a Christian, but I seldom go to church now.” the they think the apostles’ first-hand testimony to Jesus is outdated? Or have they been tired of the prophets’ teaching in the Bible? For they still call themselves Christians, they are believed to be still faithful in Christ Jesus, the cornerstone! The only possibility is that the church is not carefully joined together in Him. I know not much about church management in different denominations. Yet, we hear Christians’ complaints on church management from time to time. Certainly, I’m not qualified to and not going to comment. But when the problem is not from the apostles’ testimony on Jesus, nor the prophets’ teachings in the Bible. We may either question the cornerstone Himself or reflect if the church today relies too much on different management theories and leadership models but entrusts too little to Him.