"The pastors of America have metamorphosed into a company of shopkeepers, and the shops they keep are churches. They are preoccupied with shopkeeper's concerns - how to keep the customers happy, how to lure customers away from competitors down the street, how to package the goods so that the customers will lay out more money." ~ Eugene Peterson, Working the Angles: The Shape of Pastoral Integrity
Personally I wonder what it would look like if the church in America woke up and realized that everyone on the inside of our stained glass windows was there simply to be equipped to minister to those outside (the real customer). I wonder what would happen if we realized that the shop exists for the sinner not the saint; that it exists for the poor, the brokenhearted, those in mourning, those held captive and imprisoned by the enemy.
There's nothing inherently wrong with calling people lay their resources, but what if they church suddenly decided to invest in efforts to reach outside outside the walls instead of funding more building of walls? The only building programed Jesus ever was involved in was the church being built on Him... and I guess the place he is preparing for us.
What if we stopped worrying about stealing sheep, luring other sheep, or keeping the sheep happy? What if we were willing to leave the 99 to find the 1? Naw... then we wouldn't be able to compare ourselves.