The old long-established Protestant churches depended on younger generations replacing their elders. This isn’t happening much anymore. The absence of the 20- and 30- somethings explains the withering of those congregations. The young who retained their faith are attracted to congregations with a culture that emphasizes experiencing God in everyday life through informal worship, contemporary music and everyday applications of faith. Guardians of the old traditions will resist change. Mission-oriented leaders will seek changes that bring greater effectiveness. How to change corporate cultures is a major topic in business schools.