Seven Ways You Can Live the Gospel and Restore the World. Gabe Lyons is optimistic that Christianity's best days are yet to come. His best-selling book, "UnChristian," revealed the pervasiveness of culture's growing disregard for Christians. Now, in "The Next Christians," Lyons shows how a new wave of believers are turning the tide by bringing the truth of the Gospel to bear on our changing, secular society.
"Restorers," as Lyons calls them, approach culture with a different mentality than generations past. Informed by truth, yet seasoned with grace and love, these believers engage the world by drawing it to the sensibility and authenticity of the Christian life.
You can be one of these "next" Christians and change the negative perception of Christianity by living a life that is faithful to the Gospel, yet credible and coherent to your friends and neighbors.
"Gabe Lyons is one of the brightest young Christian leaders I've worked with and mentored. I've challenged his thinking; he has challenged mine--as he does again with his latest book, "The Next Christians." I recommend this book, which will give you great insight into the hopes and aspirations of the next generation of Christian leaders." --Chuck Colson, founder of "Prison Fellowship"
"Gabe Lyons leads an important group of younger Christians who are seeking to avoid both the triumphalism as well as the cultural withdrawal of former generations of believers. We all have a long way to go as we think out how Christ relates to culture in our day. --Tim Keller, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York City
"If I had to pick one leader for the next generation for Christians, it would be Gabe Lyons. If I had to pick one chapter from this book, it would be 'Relearning Restoration.' If I had to pick one sentence it would be this one: Christ didn't come only to save us ' from something. He wanted to save Christians to something.' Gabe Lyons gets it: restoration is the vision for the Next Christians, and I'm cheering them on." --Scot McKnight, New Testament scholar and author of "The Jesus Creed"
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