What can toilet paper choice communicate?
I have this theory.
The nicer the toilet paper, the better the church.
It works for hotels.
Ever use the bathroom in a Motel 6? It’s a different experience than in a Ritz Carlton.
Which brings me to the subject of church bathrooms.
Is it possible that church bathrooms tell more about the church than we think?
Yeah, I think so… sometimes.
I know of one church that decks out their ladies room, and they swear that it has made a difference. (It’s a sure fire way to win the ladies over).
I’ve been in other church bathrooms that are like using the bathroom at the BP station.
Is there a correlation?
The short answer: yes.
If your church bathroom looks like 1973 (and smells like a 12 day old rain forest), then I will guarantee that other things in your church are amiss.
Take a moment now. Go visit your church’s bathroom.
What does it say about your church?