When Josh Packard asked his subjects why they had left church, he found the top four reasons were:
- they wanted community… and got judgment;
- they wanted to affect the life of the church… and got bureaucracy;
- they wanted conversation… and got doctrine;
- they wanted meaningful engagement with the world… and got moral prescription.
A lot of research has been conducted to alert church leaders why people in modern society are leaving the church in record numbers. This list gets at some important issues facing the mission of the local church today. Read more at: To the Dones and the Almost Dones, I hear you by Michael Frost.
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