"How's that working out for ya?" - Dr. Phil sometimes uses this to help someone realize that their problem is a result of their own behavior or way of thinking. Sometimes as humans we are a little too prideful to admit that we are the cause of our own issues. It is not logical to assume things could "change" if we are not willing to change our habits. This same line of reasoning can be applied to the Church.
Consider the following statistics from The Barna Research Group
The above statistics reflect that Christians lack a foundational understanding of the Bible. Anyone with a 3rd
grade reading level and a Bible can figure out these basic tenants of the faith. The Gap comes, not because people
cannot read, but because people don't read the Bible. In addition to not reading many people, simply do not study
the Bible. Even though the Bible instructs us study and understand. (II TIm 2:15) we refuse. Even though the Bible
warns us about not growing in the faith (Eph 4:14-15) we refuse.
Just look at the state of Christianity, "How's that workin out for ya?"