Too many churches are also afraid to teach on Hell, too. Then there are the social justice churches, that spend too much time fighting for social justice, and hardly if ever teach the Bible or salvation. Churches were never meant to be "bless me clubs". Look to Jesus as our example. He never went out preaching that the government needed to do more to lift the poor and needy out of their circumstances--the Bible says much about how God protects the poor and needy; look at the widow with the two mites--nor did He try to overthrow the Roman government. He went after people's hearts and souls, winning them for His Kingdom. He met them where they were, and helped them more than any social program or change of government ever could have.
In a recent copy of the Christian Business and Professional Directory, sometimes called the Christian Yellow Pages, there was the story of a lifesaving organization that had a shack and a rowboat to rescue people from shipwrecks that happened frequently along the shore. Then the community, grateful for their service, got them new boats and built them a new building. It got to the point where members made it into a club, with a rowboat and other rescue items to display their origins. When a shipwreck occurred, there was a diverse group of people who were rescued. So they built showers outside for these people to use. Later it got to the point when some members demanded they stop being a social club and get back to the business of rescuing shipwrecked people, they club members kicked them out. So these people built themselves a new shack, used their rowboat, and rescued people while the club smugly praised themselves for their past rescues and how they were better than those who actually rescued people. But before that, many people drowned while the club members did nothing for them.
Sadly, that's what churches are turning into--but not ours. We're in the trenches, and the enemy hates us and tries to attack, but we have Jesus on our side.