I just want to say, I love much CCM. It too often all gets lumped together as "Jesus is my boyfriend" songs. While some is, a good deal is not. A large portion of it is based in the Psalms, and there are more than a few songs which could easily have been penned by an Orthodox saint. Though, I would agree, they don't belong in Church services.
I think that part of the problem with contemporary protestants is that they think that all traditional things are stuck in the past. They don't understand how something can have remained largely unchanged for centuries, and yet still be fresh. As a consequence, the whole idea of liturgy (especially the Orthodox Liturgy) is a complete mystery to them. They think that for something to be relevant, it can't be older than ten years, and so they make reference to Lady Gaga during sermons and make sure to get rid of most of the older hymns (except for the old folks service early in the morning) and replace it with whatever is currently on Christian radio. It really is sad, because by constantly adapting their worship, they lose their faithful, because their religion becomes not timeless, not time-tested, but rather bland and like news, no one wants to hear it over and over again. This forces them to constantly be trying to innovate their services, and as a result they lose focus on the point of the service - Christ.