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Traditional Christianity is in trouble. We don’t have to die — but we do have to change.

It is usually our way, to resist change. However, history is setting a choice before us.  Adapt.  Or die.

This blog about adapting.
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The Book

PrintCan we still be Christian in this era? We can. But not the way we have been.

Eight of ten young people find church irrelevant. They can’t hear our story in the terms we tell it. This book reframes the Christian story in terms our rapidly changing culture understands.

If you, or a young person you love, are losing your faith, it’s worth a read.

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