Church Cookies

	During our church's worship service, the pastor invites all the young children 
	to join him near the altar for the "Children's Moments Sermon." One day, with 
	seven small children in attendance, he spoke about the ingredients required to 
	make up a church, using a chocolate-chip cookie as an example. 

	He explained to the children that, as with a cookie requiring ingredients such 
	as sugar and eggs, the church needed ingredients to make up the congregation. 

	Holding a cookie aloft, he asked, "If I took the chocolate chips out of this 
	cookie, what would I have?" 

	A shy six-year-old raised his hand. "Six less grams of fat," he replied. 

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