Congregations seeking to transform are often composed of people with multiple perspectives. At the core may be differing theologies as people come to the congregation from various denominational backgrounds and special interest groups from within their denomination. People bring to the congregation differing political views that emphasize the need for the separation of church and state, and to keep congregations from falling victim to a civil religion perspective that clouds their spiritual nature.
The differing perspective that life vocations bring to congregational discussions should not be minimized. The socio-economic mindset of various households must be considered part of the multiple perspectives.