Popular speaker and author Erwin Mcmanus shared some powerful insights recently about why the Church needs to become less self-centered.
When asked why he thought so many Churches in America struggle with declining numbers, McManus answered:
“My primary assessment would be because American Christians tend to be incredibly self-indulgent so they see the church as a place there for them to meet their needs and to express faith in a way that is meaningful for them,” said cultural architect Erwin McManus, lead pastor at Mosaic Church in Los Angeles, to The Christian Post Monday.
“There is almost no genuine compassion or urgency about serving and reaching people who don’t know Christ,” he added.
Wow. Ouch. Amen. All together.
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