Yes, you read that right.
Everything changes, all of the time. So to stay the same is to be increasingly different in the world.
I was part of a conversation once, where one woman was saying to another woman that it was great that her husband made furniture with only the tools of 200 years ago. Yes replied the wife, he would have loved to have lived during the 1800's.
I think perhaps not... though if he did, he probably would have seen these tools that he loves to use now as terrible modern contraptions, and used tools from 200 years before that.
Churches: If you thought evangelism was important 100 years ago, and think that it is still important now, then the means better change to keep that value the same.
Parents: If you love your kids as much as you did when they were born, I sure do hope your relationship with them has changed over the years. Sterilizing their baby bottle because they are so precious might be thought of as weird when they bring a friend home from college.
And kids: You think you are being so very different in the way you think and act, but you are just the latest generation to want to do things differently from your parents.
So... don't resist change if things remain equally important to you. We all have to change if we want to stay the same.