The American church needs the global church

The church in North America is starting to erode. Thankfully, however, the center of the church is not in North America. The vast majority of Christians on Earth live elsewhere, and their numbers are growing rapidly. The vibrancy of majority-world Christianity presents us with an opportunity — one that was always available to us, butContinue reading “The American church needs the global church”

Good bye “normal” church…

And, quite frankly, good riddance. I can hope, anyway. This post on the future of evangelicals is a good read. It’s refreshing. We are stumbling into new realities. These are things the greater evangelical church should have paid attention to decades ago, but the majority are only now being dragged kicking and screaming into theContinue reading “Good bye “normal” church…”

America becoming less Christian

So America is becoming “less Christian.” I still think the number who “profess” is way to high, but that’s just me. The sad part is the desire to have LESS of a religious voice in the public square: While the number of Evangelicals hasn’t changed much, the number of unaffiliated Americans has, and they areContinue reading “America becoming less Christian”