Will Rogers said, "...the government takes our taxes to build roads and the Baptists wear them out going to meetings!"
Church meetings, by and large, have become less, except in some of the "revival-driven" churches. But are we spending more time -- or enough time -- at home?
This is going to vary by time of year, phase of life, and numerous variables (many of us are bracing for a multitude of Christmas events). Most of us have weeks where we are gone or have something every single evening, but that is not the norm.
So where are you at? Much of this is subjective. Some people are homebodies or social anxieties. Others try to be on the go as often as they can get out. They hate to stay home, and rarely eat home cooking.
I am someone who would be home a real lot while attending occasional events were it not for the stretching effects of vocational ministry. By and large, the stretch has been good for me.
Share your thoughts along the way. This is a very individual question, tied to personality type, upbringing, health, opportunities, personal energy levels, how social we are, etc., etc.
You might hardly every be home, for example, but are content and happy with that, generally. So don't worry so much about exceptions when answering this, but paint with a broad brush (or, if you prefer, a thick roller).