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Lord, What Should I Do?
troubled by the growing complacency and corruption in organized religion?
Do you feel
frustrated, neglected, and spiritually unsatisfied?
What should you do?
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“Something is not right with church life” today. So says Julia Duin in her controversial book, Quitting Church. She documents an on-going trend in which those who seek a genuine spiritual experience are opting out of organized religion. “It’s no secret that the percentage of Americans in church on any given Sunday is dropping fast.... The problem seems to be the church itself.... [Churchgoers] have given up on the institution,” she writes.
Indeed, many churchgoers are troubled by what they see—political infighting, corruption and abuse, watered-down doctrines. Increasingly, organized religion is seen as irrelevant in today’s complex world. Young people in particular are turning away from church in record numbers. Overall, churchgoers are disappointed by what they consider to be a lack of genuine spirituality—and they are deeply concerned that worldliness is making serious inroads into the church.
The result: millions of believers are abandoning mega-churches for home-based mini-churches.
What about you? Are you troubled by the growing complacency and corruption in organized religion? Has your church experience led to positive spiritual growth? Or, do you feel frustrated, neglected, and spiritually unsatisfied? Perhaps you are considering another church—but where? What should you do?
In his book Revolution, researcher George Barna writes that a new kind of Christian is emerging out of the established church. He says these are serious believers—“devout followers of Jesus Christ [who] are repudiating tepid systems and practices of the Christian faith.... They have no use for churches that play religious games ... [or indulge in] worship services that drone on without the presence of God or ministry programs that bear no spiritual fruit.” Rather, “they are people who want more of God—much more—in their lives.”
Are you dissatisfied with your church experience? Do you want more of God in your life? Are you ready to look at real solutions to the problems of a dysfunctional Christianity?
Fred Coulter’s new book, Lord, What Should I Do? addresses these timely issues, emphasizing how Christians can and must take steps to recapture a faith that is authentic, relevant and applicable to modern life—even if it means leaving organized Christianity.
A practical guide for believers determined to find God in a godless society, Lord, What Should I Do? points the way for churchgoers looking for alternatives to the one-size-fits-all corporate church experience.