These are two things that have to change, especially when it come to discipling youth, according to a director for a national outreach organization that focuses on reaching young people on their turf and in their culture.
But not all Christians are up for the task, she warned, because "some of the Church is sleeping."
"Some of the Church enjoys being in the church rather than being the Church. Just like to be in there, like everyday. … 'I'm a be in Bible study on Monday, small group on Tuesday and Women's Group on Wednesday …' So we are in church every single day."
"I'm kind of confused how we can be light to light," said Haddad. "I'm trying to figure that out, and how we can be salt to salt. That's just not gonna work."
Christians are called "to be the hands and feet of Jesus and to move out and be light to darkness and be salt to the Earth. But unfortunately, some are sleeping," she added.
The Young Life director went on to share statistics about the divorce rate in the U.S., the number of suicides annually, the number of people living in poverty, and the number of people forced into labor and sex trafficking — all devastating figures. "And some of the Church is sleeping? We can't even be awake?" she asked.
That's when Haddad turned to the subject of service and sacrifice, and how some Christians tend to avoid the latter, which she insisted was a pivotal aspect of discipleship.