How does the church need to change to be successful in the 21st century?
By going back to the way it was founded. Before the 1st century AD. It was led astray by Satan soon after its founding.
Make more of an investment (time, money, and especially TRAINING) in learning how to serve people's genuine needs, including not only spiritual issues, but life issues such a pastoral counseling for family and marriage issues.
Since the church of today I think is the lukewarm or Laodicean church, I believe to be successful we need to heat up! We need to be back on fire for the Lord and be unashamedly back in the Word, proclaiming the gospel and standing up for what is right! Unfortunately, I think it's too late for that.
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