Dispatch from Brian Stiller
At an April 2018 meeting near Chicago, fifty Evangelical leaders of various ministries, ethnicities and churches explored the theme: The Future of Evangelicalism in America.
The conveners making no claim to represent a full round of Evangelical views and with no pretense of attempting to arrive at solutions, were courageous and ambitious, even though it was evident that (at best) this was just the beginning of a conversation. While some points might well serve Evangelicals in other parts of the world, this was America’s turn. At this point in Christian history, American Evangelicals are caught in a situation of their own making. Here are my takeaways.