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God is not looking for the next Billy Graham or Mother Theresa. He is not in heaven wringing his hands hoping that someone will step to the forefront and write a book like C. S. Lewis. The world is not waiting on the next great conference speaker, or some edgy church planter to start a trendy new community of faith. The world is waiting for you!

The greatest thing you can do to change the world is to follow Jesus and to be who God made you to be.

In Culture of the Few, first-time author Brad McKoy takes would-be world changers on a journey to discover just how was it Jesus impacted and transformed the culture around him - and the answer might not be what you expect. Culture of the Few will inspire world-changers to study five characteristics in the life of Jesus:

  • Identity
  • Invitation
  • Intentionality
  • Intercession
  • Intimacy

Jesus is still in the business of turning ordinary men and women into history makers by inviting them into his daily life, and it is his example we need to follow.

©2016 Brad McKoy (P)2016 Brad McKoy

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author did a great job of emphasizing the importance of a few spreading the gospel. also like how he clarified the purpose of Jesus's time on Earth was not solely about salvation but restoring our relationship with the father