You know, having educated priests was also a tough point for the Coptic Church at some time. There was a very sad level of ignorance for both priests and monks before HH Pope Kyrillos VI's papacy. You find some of the remnants of that ignorance during his papacy as well. But ever since the establishment of the revolutionary Sunday School Program by the late great Archdeacon Habib Guirguis (who should be canonized a saint in our Church), and ever since HH Pope Kyrillos VI appointed very well educated bishops and abbots, it trickled down from there the massive education the Coptic Church passed down to their priests and laity (HH Pope Shenouda continued this with more fervor, who was also one of the pioneers of the Sunday School Movement). Now, we have the resources to do social work better than before as well as evangelization, despite perhaps and arguably some ecclesiastical disorganizations.
Also, perhaps one of the more helpful things that accelerated the education of the Coptic Church was the preservation and subsequent understanding and study of our Coptic Liturgical and Hymnographical Traditions by the late great Dr. Ragheb Moftah and the good knowledge and memorization of Chantor Mikhail el-Batanouny. This combined with Archdeacon Habib's insistence on education of proper Orthodox dogmas and preservation of the teachings of the Church fathers had a massive impact on the education level of Copts today.
I see an optimistic future for the Armenian Church. So long as the education increases, so will the future look good, and the propensity to begin evangelical work.