When launching a new anything, most people want it to be perfect. Opening before it is perfect is often better than waiting for perfection.
One of my friends opened a yogurt store before he had signs, pictures, or decorations. Instead of a cool clock on the wall, he put up a piece of paper with “clock” written on it.
My friend greeted everyone that came in and explained how they were his special guests. The store has taken off—and they still don’t have the clock up.
In church, people love to be in on the ground floor. The sound system doesn’t have to be perfect. All of the walls don’t have to be painted. The carpet might not even be laid.
When launching a new program, it might not need a logo, a room, or an agenda. Sometimes a vision an the right leader may be all you need to start.
If everything is done, people don’t get to contribute to or enjoy the process.
Even if everything is not perfect, God can still work through a mess.