The greatest problem of the church is the unsaved within its own walls. When people slip into the church as members, and even worse as deacons, ministers, or even the pastor, the only possible result is disaster. We look at what the problem is, how to fix it, how we should define salvation clearly, and the missed aspects of salvation. There are two key “choke-points” when we should be very insistant on making sure people are saved. These two points are in evangelism, and when a person becomes a member of the church (indicating their salvation before baptism, or in giving a testimony of a previous baptism in another church). A third perhaps comes into play in church discipline, which is exercised when a person refuses to repent and change his life.