My experience of the evangelical churches and the megachurch type churches (25 years worth) was that almost all of it was focused on externals: getting healed, getting free of debt and getting prosperous, looking "spiritual", talking "spiritually", going up the church ladder;meaning working your way up to becoming a leader, recognized in the church for your spirituality. Preaching, ministry, bigger programs, bigger buildings, fame, accolades, etc.. The people follow their leader, whoever he may be, and if he is messed up he can mess up everyone under his authority. I think after a few years (or decades) of this when people see no real change in themselves or those around them, they become disillusioned, start to doubt whether God had called them, their faith either starts to break apart, or if they're stronger personalities they'll blame it on the church and look for another one in order to get into the 'real move of God.' Others' experiences may be different than mine, but that is what I saw and experienced. It can be quite disheartening, but it sure can keep you busy if busyness is what you want!