Physically activity is a sign of life and a degree of health, spiritual it perhaps provides some indication of that as well. I don't think I'd make that a debate proposition. In fact too much activity may not make us anything, well, anything more than just busy. Biblically there is an appropriately mixed bag on the subject. On one hand there God's admonition: "Be still and know that I am God." Unexamined busyness may only mask an anemic relationship with the Lord. But on the other, the life and church not filled with an "abounding in the work of the Lord" is not pleasing to Him either.
Well, that certainly got long :)
I say all that to say that last night at Spring Meadows was exciting:
The shepherds had to search for a place to meet.
There was a support group meeting in the old auditorium, a technology group meeting in the BOB so the elders met in the "foyer". There were a couple of Bible study groups that met yesterday. There was a ladies gathering at one of the members house and somewhere we think the Boy Scout group was meeting. Did anyone see where they went?
All that in just one night. We are blessed in so many, many good ways. May God multiply the efforts of all of His People in every place. What a blessing to be a part of His Work.