A mirror is a very powerful concept. It makes us aware of self. To the extent therefore that a mirror creates self-awareness, it becomes a psychographic tool. But not all mirrors are shiny flat surfaces made from silica. Humans are mirrors too – four dimensional reflectors occupying space and time. Humans are technological interactive wonders. And so when an institution like the Church needs to be aware of herself and truly see herself, we must turn to humans. But the information feedback from humans is not necessarily reality – that’s a very difficult concept to grasp. What we call reality is actually perception of reality. This State of the Church Report is a compilation of perception of reality. And the Church being a public institution, it is only fitting we turn to the public for that perception of reality. The Church in turn, moulds public perspectives and viewpoints. Read More