When Christianity turns into a noun it becomes a turnoff. Christianity was always intended to be a verb. And, more specifically, an action verb. The title of the book of Acts says it all, doesn’t it? It’s not the book of Ideas or Theories or Words. It’s the book of Acts. (…) Some of us live as if we expect to hear God say, “Well thought, good and faithful servant!” or “Well said, good and faithful servant!” God isn’t going to say either of those things. There is only one commendation, and it is, “Well done, good and faithful servant.”

Mark Batterson

Mark Batterson, Wild Goose Chase, 2008, Colorado USA, Multnomah Books, p.29