Re:Form will be a byproduct of an emerging generations choosing to live the “Advent-ure” He challenged us to take His message of love, forgiveness, and acceptance to every nook and cranny on the planet... Recently, while teaching at the University of Montana, I met a delightful young girl named Emma. She was in
One of the main themes in my book, “Re:Form – The Decline of American Evangelicalism and a Path for the New Generation to Re:Form Their Faith” was to illustrate how the Millennial generation in present day America is experiencing the very things the Boomer generation experienced in the 1960’s only now on steroids. Having personally experienced the
The Millennial Generation has had enough Ahijah’s garment and the tearing of a nation’s fabric The prophet Ahijah showed up on the scene in Israel’s history at the end of the governing reign of King Solomon. Israel had become the most powerful wealthy nation in the world. No one during that time could
Mega Truth was published in 1986 Having been a Christian leader who lived through the charismatic renewal of the 1980’s, looking back I’d have to say I’ve witnessed very few true prophetic voices. Time is the witness to prophetic proclamation and a lot of time has passed. One voice that stood out above
Answering the question – How did issues concerning social justice and environmental stewardship become demonized by much of the Evangelical world?
It’s been a mystery to many Christians and non-Christians alike why issues such as those concerning social justice and environmental stewardship became rejected by many Evangelicals. Historically it hasn’t always been the case, but a major game changer occurred, starting in the 1980’s, which labeled such issues, even though they were biblical in nature, as
Is the world getting crazier, more complex, politically outrageous and dysfunctional and therefore less sustainable for all life? Are we living like frogs in a kettle, adapting day by day, oblivious to the changes? Can we turn it around? Can we say “enough!”? Can we willfully decide to use less fossil fuel, saving what’s left
GUEST OPINION – Idaho Statesman – Sunday Morning New year’s day 01-01-2018 BY TRI ROBINSON For years, we evangelicals have professed uncompromising values when it came to sexual morality, faithfulness in marriage, integrity of character, and Christ-likeness in attitudes and behavior. To compromise these deep core values is to take a giant step into hypocrisy.