(Elevators at the Empire State Building courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)
Recently, The Lead asked loyal Episcopalian leaders, "What's your elevator speech?"
"Elevator speech" is roughly defined as a statement that distills your organization down to statements the length of what would fit on an elevator ride.
I was a little disappointed that the comments I've seen, both initially in the article, and around the Internet were...well...longer than an elevator speech.
Here's mine about the Episcopal church:
"I was away from organized religion for over 20 years. I thought I'd never go back to church in a million years...but when I found the Episcopal Church I found a place that God knew I could call 'home'."