American Idols: Reaching the Starbucks Generation
The 'Starbucks Generation' is our generation. A people steeped in idolatry and materialism yet suffering from epic levels of depression and low self esteem; a generation starving for the supernatural and searching for truth. Drawing from the Apostle Paul's effectiveness on Mars Hill, this book will help pastors, church leaders and all Christians take the fear and complexity out of "witnessing" our faith. Many more lives can be changed if we will follow the Holy Spirit and stop trying to legislate morality. It is time to quit spending kingdom dollars litigating over crosses standing in public parks when we should be wearing them on our backs. It is time to 'challenge the system on every front' and return to true Christianity- loving God, loving people and loving life.
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