"You can't change a church without changing your schedule."
"To prevent the good from becoming the enemy of the best, activity must not stifle productivity."
"The overwhelming need to keep everyone happy places the church at the mercy of a vocal minority and only helps to retain the status quo."
"Churches that inted to be intentional in reaching the lost have good intentions, but they tend to give attention to lesser priorities and procrastinate in giving attention to their intentions."
"Some churches do everything by the book; it's just not the right book, the Bible."
"We cannot move from where we are until we acknowledge where we are."
"The pain of the present must exceed the pain of change in order to move the church where it needs to be."
"Often, the problem is that we don't properly identify the problem and the 'solution' just becomes another problem."
"Most churches love their traditions more than they love the lost."
"Before a church can experience New Testament growth, it must first realize that the reason for its existence is not itself, but for the benfit of non-members."