Daniel Henderson, a former senior pastor of a 4,000-member megachurch and author of “Old Paths, New Power: Reviving Our Churches through Prayer and the Ministry of the Word” has come to an inescapable conclusion: Church, as we know it, is not working. “Short of revival, we are simply running laps on the Titanic,” he said. “As we enjoy the titillation of our self-contained evangelical culture, the ship is headed for disaster”. There is evidence to prove this. A recent study revealed that the percentage of Americans who qualify as “post-Christian” is growing from 37 percent in 2013 to 44 percent in 2015. Another thing growing is suspicion and hostility within the present culture toward Christians in general. If you’re wondering what it will take for the church to grow, it isn’t new strategies or cushy ministry budgets. The church needs a reawakening through prayer and ministry of the Word. Here are six reasons your church-growth formula isn’t working. If your church like so many others is struggling to grow, keep these points in mind.