You're not a leper brother Lloyd. I imagine you're disappointed, but I think there are multiple reasons why some of this doesn't resonate with folks as you'd hope. **IF I'M WRONG, FEEL FREE TO join up, organize, etc. Or Lloyd, maybe what I write will give you some ideas on how to clarify what you're thinking and asking.
Many have been burned by "religious organization and organizations
", so aren't looking to re-organize/re-institute, unless and until God Himself miraculously does it. I also think some just have varying views about what unity actually is, what it means, what it looks like. I also think some/many don't believe there will be peace until "God's plan" has run its course, when HE establishes HIS peace - when every knee has bowed and every tongue confessed, all Israel is saved, God is All in All, etc., etc. Jesus Himself said He came not to bring peace, but a sword. His message, His Word, divides. But that's a whole other topic. On point, Jesus did say blessed are the peacemakers, but what does that mean? Organizing through man-made groups, or living a life of humility and love, being led by the Lord as we interact with others day by day and however it is that God individually leads us? Some believe one way about that, some another. Paul also talked of unity and peace, and exhorted us to live quietly and peaceably. But I believe the other piece of what he said is important. He said "as much as is possible/within our [individual] ability to do so". I believe implicit in that is, there are just some that won't allow it, some that we cannot be in unity or at peace with. Bringing this full circle in my thoughts, I personally believe we should individually do as we are led by the Spirit, which will bring peace within us and with many
we come into contact with. But some won't have it right now, and Jesus told the apostles to shake the dust off their feet and move on. I believe there will be strifes ("wars and rumors of wars") until God's plan has run its course and He miraculously fills the earth with His knowledge and righteousness.
All that doesn't mean we should do "nothing". But again, I think those who have left institutionalized religion and been led "outside the camp", into the desert "alone with the Lord", may be less likely to look at "re-organizing" as an attractive option.
**I can't speak for everyone, please add your own thoughts and "corrections" anyone, I just thought I'd try to summarize some of my own observations and thoughts; that it might help explain some of the resistance Lloyd is sensing.