In conversation yesterday, I said that big dreams generally need to be rooted in small realities. I said, supposing that I were to storm the world with a programme to re-invigorate urban Churches. It would need to be rooted in a good grasp of the local -- how to deal with the saboteur, how to re-ignite the finances, how to deal with discouragement, and so on. Once those things had been mastered, I might have something to storm the world with. OBSERVATION: At the moment there is enthusiasm in South Africa to reach the youth. Our own Church has more youth than it can handle -- the real, seemingly intractable problem is raising up the minimum number of leaders to cope with them. That's again global vision vs. local reality.