I have been the pastor at my current church for 2.5 years. We normally have between 85-105 on Sunday AM service and about 50-70 in Sunday School. The church has pretty much been stuck at the same level for about 10 years. We have a great group of core folks that love each other and support each other. Our folks love mission work. Each year I have been here we have met our SBC mission offering goals and have been recognized by the State convention as being one of the top giving churches for our size. We have people who have been on mission trips all around the United States and the world. We are planning a trip this summer to Indonesia for Tsunmai relief. But it seems we are just stuck in a very comfortable status quo place in our ministry locally. It is very frustrating to me as I love the people here so much and I know there is great potential. We have tried doing some outreach programs and events and do not get much support. This coming May 22nd will mark a year since our last baptism. Any thoughts on how you can break away from the status quo?