Luxury means we take extra time, give individual attention, and almost always customize.
The opposite of this is the mass produced, assembly line, everything-tossed-in-together so we can get more for less model.
We reserve luxury for the things that are valuable. The rest, we try to do it as cheap as possible.
Is it any wonder that effective discipleship looks like luxury than mass-produced widgets?
Makes sense, after all, as it is one of the most valuable things we’ve got.