No to both questions.
We humans have a tendency to take things for granted. It's our nature. If the ground has been there all along, we expect it to be there tomorrow.
We tend to do the same with our Church activities. From the outside, it would seem the church is dying.
Just as in family. We may squabble among ourselves but let an outsider try to harm one member and watch the whole family stand up.
The same thing happens in our churches. We become lazy, skip a few Sundays, let life make us too busy. Something happens on the outside, to make us feel threatened in any way and we come flooding back into the flock.
I'm watching the same thing happen to my country. We sat back and let those hard working left wingers take our country right down the sewer before the hair finally stood up on the back of our necks. You will see the true America in action, over the next few years, as we stand up and defend what is ours.
Poor left wingers. They always think they've won, when in actuality they've simply shown their colors loud enough to get our attention.
I don't think I'll worry too much that the church is dying or that our country is lost. It's just like in the world at large, while the minority will make the most noise, telling us Christians amount to maybe 2% of the population, we actually make up about half. The same in politics. They will make noise about how they are victorious. The more they slide down the scale the more noise you will hear.