Better does not mean new. As you will see, better is about recommitting ourselves to something old yet perpetually powerful and original.
Neither does better imply past failure. The countless success of those who have gone before us in taking the gospel to the ends of the earth are proof of God's blessing.
But better as it is used in this book does imply the possibility of improvement. It implies that we have room to grow-not in terms of the mandate or the message, but in what we are doing about it. The world has changed technologically, politically, linguistically, economically, and in virtually every way imaginable. We cannot simply make micro-adjustments in a world of macro-change.
A Better Way is about Jesus' way to impact our world with His life-revolutionizing message, and how a fresh commitment to His way and fresh yet at the same time timeless approach in our methods can change the world in our lifetime. The approach? Disciple-makers from all professions bringing God's love to life in the world's least-reached marketplaces.
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Published December 29, 2013
Religion & Spirituality.