What can turn church problems around, and what can bring Millennials back? A great start is admitting we’ve failed them. If there’s one thing Millennials crave and value, its transparency, honesty, authenticity, being real. Repentance is part of that.
Reformation: The First Layer of our Foundation
It is time that churches see the need for reform, and see that we are here to help.
Going Backwards to Progress
Sometimes we have to go backwards to get on the right road. Help us get on that road!
Asleep at the wheel?
Are we pointing out obvious flaws? Or are churches blind to what is wrong and how to fix it?
C.S. Lewis – Part Final
Attempts to sell Christianity as a means of saving civilization do not come to much. - CS Lewis
C.S. Lewis Nailed it Again!
Rogue Millennials walking in Jesus' footsteps - the revolutionary who challenged the church institution of his day.
Failures of Churches, C.S. Lewis-style
C.S. Lewis, famous for The Chronicles of Narnia and Mere Christianity, was a non-commissioned priest (NCP), a “lay person” untrained in theology and unpaid by a church, yet taking his personal ministry as a believer seriously. He became one of the most compelling defenders of Christianity of the past century. His book The Four Loves... Continue Reading →
Jared's a park ranger at a zoo, loves mentoring people and leads a house church. He's convinced Millennials will improve the world precisely by questioning and renewing institutions like churches. Read Jared's posts Andy K. is follower of Christ, and a non-commissioned priest. He believes the church should be something the world sees as... Continue Reading →