The authors identify the historical and worldview issues that hinder Kingdom movements in the West. By returning to these, we can revitalize Christianity in the Global North and see the Kingdom Unleashed.
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Dickerson addresses our western post-truth, post-Christian society showing how and why the world is changing, where those changes will lead, and what it looks like to live like Christ in today’s society. With fascinating historical and political background, this book helps us understand the larger post-modern society we live in.
“If the pipeline is only built to handle a few workers, the Lord will probably only send a few workers. However, if the pipeline is built to accommodate many workers, he will send many workers. And the church is at the head of the supply line.” Kindle location 343
The more we become like Jesus through our trials, the more we will be able to be the hands and feet of Jesus to those going through trials of their own. This is the calling of the fellowship of the suffering.
Here is the surprising story of the global advance of the gospel that encourages us to know that Jesus’ witness continues to the ends of the earth.
Despite what many critics claim, belief in the resurrection does not make us ‘no earthly good.’ In reality, it gives hope for the future and impacts how we treat both people and creation in the present.
Race and Place reveals the ways in which geographic forces and structures sustain the divisions among ethnic entities. Leong unpacks the systemic challenges that are rarely addressed in the conversation about racial justice and envisions a future of belonging and hope in our streets, towns, and cities.
With insights firmly rooted in Scripture and equally grounded in empirical research from the social sciences, Strauss asserts that culture trumps the biblical story, and therefore understanding and skills are required for effective engagement across cultures.
With insight and based on scripture, Schindler addresses 12 root issues of the human heart–applicable to anyone, whether a Christ-follower or not. He masterfully weaves through issues that are of utmost concern to humans, and answers them biblically.
Luis Bush has a unique perspective on what God is doing around the world. The Yes Effect reveals that true transformation begins when we restart our hearts to get in sync with God’s tenderness toward the oppressed and regaining compassion for the lost.