Here is what I think I would ask for:
Taken from Ligon Duncan
My local congregation would be characterized by a Gospel culture, a Gospel-sharing culture, a culture of evangelism.
By that I mean:
 that my whole congregation would be able to articulate the Gospel, personally, in a compelling and understandable way;
 that my whole congregation would understand the importance and necessity of their lives, their prayers and their participation in Gospel witness;
 that my whole congregation would deeply care about conversions (and I would lay stress here, that we are talking about real conversions, not numbers; disciples, not decisions; changed lives, not merely prayed prayers);
 that my whole congregation would earnestly and regularly pray for conversions, talks about their own conversions and the conversions of others, and put a priority on people coming to know God; and
 that my whole congregation would be excited about the Gospel itself, and not simply about a method of sharing the Gospel, or a training program.
Is that more than one wish?