Discipleship | Failure | Laity | Leadership | Ministry | Service | Training

The paralysis of the clergy would not be as evident if we had a substantial army of capable lay leaders pushing the Church forward. Unfortunately, we do not have such an army. Our research consistently shows that while our potential leaders need training, we give them lectures. When our leaders require perspective, we give them theology. When our people need to be part of a team, we send them out in isolation. We have shown a tremendous incapacity for preparing lay leaders to front the battle. Few Christians feel adept at evangelism, and thus they refuse to engage in it. Few lay leaders are willing to assume significant ministry responsibility because they do…

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