The first example: a consumeristic view of the church.
Prevalent in our culture, this is when people look at the church the same way they look the mall: If there's something there that interests them, they'll go. They might even make a financial exchange; they might give a little money for services rendered, if the services seem to fit their need.
The danger: When people look at the church with the same mindset through which they view the mall, they are likely to look and ask, "What is here that I can get?" It's a marketplace mentality. There's no responsibility. There's no accountability. There’s no relationship, but rather a transaction – “I’m willing to go there if they offer me something." In so doing, they miss a most important truth: God has placed them in the church for His glory, for the building up of the body, and for one another.
Take a look at 1 Corinthians 12:12-31 and Ephesians 2:11-22 and 4:1-16. What are your thoughts?