1) "A new pastor will fix all our problems." One could wish that it were that simple. Seldom are church issues tied to one person; most often they are systemic.
2)"We need to go back to the good old days." Short of someone inventing a time machine, don't count on this happening.
3) "They are keeping us from moving forward." When a congregation comes to the point of a division between "us" and "them," the church has become extremely unhealthy.
4) "We need to get more tithers in the church so that we can meet the budget." I can't remember Jesus ever suggesting that balancing the budget was a worthy basis for evangelism.
5) "We are at the mercy of (some outside force)." When a congregation feels that it is no longer operating under the Lordship of Christ but is beholden to some outside entity – the denomination, the culture, the economy – it has lost its will to function.
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