Exclusive: Greg Laurie warns readers not to put ‘the Christian experience on cruise control’
Variation is a natural part of God’s creation and represents the gap between the ideal or more perfect and the actual situation.
Variation either gets better or gets worse which makes continual improvement imperative if the goal is better results.
The quality profession through the Taguchi Loss Function has validated that continually reducing variation leads to better quality with fewer negative consequences on the individual and society.
Within the Christian community, a common perception is that continual improvement is more of a “business thing.” The fact is that continually reducing variation is a moral imperative supporting the guidance that there should be no spiritual plateaus nor should learning be put on cruise control.