I follow a guy from the states on twitter and his name is Frank Viola. Frank is a christian author who also blogs about Jesus, evangelicalism and the state of the Church today. His blog’s mission is as follows:
*To produce unique content for Christians as it pertains to God’s all-consuming purpose, the depths of Jesus Christ, and the expression of His body on the earth. Themes that are of particular interest to those who are moving “beyond evangelical.”
*To create a platform for community, conversation, and connection for the new wave of “beyond evangelicals.”
*To edify and challenge readers with the deeper truths of the Christian life, most of which are given little air-play in evangelical circles today.
*To help foster and encourage a new breed of Christians and Christian workers who are learning to live by the life of Christ and who are standing for God’s Eternal Purpose and grand mission in the earth.
*To serve as a supplement to the themes I’ve addressed in my books, exploring and expounding them in a deeper way.
*Additionally, my Twitter page is designed to share information, articles, links, quotes, resources, and news for those who are moving “beyond evangelical.”
He has got some good things to say about a lot of things but the one thing that has caught my attention time and time again is his writing on the subject of ‘moving beyond evangelicalism’.
Below is a video summary of this subject, and also you can click on the blog link here which explains it in greater detail. A lot of what Frank says resonates with me (I might write a bit in the weeks to come on the subject, we’ll see), does it resonate with you? Do we need to move beyond evangelical?