(a) to fix governance in ever so many churches and parachurch ministries, and
(b) just as urgent, to fix our radically secularised, anti-Christian and dangerously hostile global media culture. (And yes, the just linked actually has a balanced report card that can be used to fix media reporting, commentary and a lot more.)
UPDATE, 5:30 pm: It further turns out that Mr Camping is highly sectarian, even cultic in his attitude to the churches.
This can be seen from a clip taken out of his page on "no man knows," where -- having tried to take other texts out of context to blunt the force of the direct scriptural warning against date-setting and to make plausible a claim that "the true believers . . . know the time (the hour) and much about Judgment Day (the day)," his site goes on to say:
This is classic sectarianism, the attempt to corner the market on gospel truth and enlightenment. On long observation, it is highly dangerous to those enmeshed in a system that so dismisses all outside the in-group, in a broad-brush fashion.
In 1 Thessalonians 5:3 Christ tells us, “When they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them.” Because destruction comes upon them, we can know for certain that these people are not saved. Being unsaved, they are in spiritual darkness. They are in the night. Judgment Day is coming for them as a “thief in the night.” Yet they believe they are at peace with God and safely under His care. WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE? The language of this verse describes perfectly all of those in the world who on May 21, 2011 are still following any church. Because churches teach many things that are not true to the Bible, including a plan of salvation that is contrary to the Bible, and the Holy Spirit has abandoned all churches, those still following any church on May 21, 2011 are not saved . . .