Boiling Point: How Coming Cultural Shifts Will Change Your Life

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Gospel Light, Nov 26, 2003 - Religion - 336 pages
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Two decades ago a groundbreaking book called "The Frog in the Kettle" changed what we believe about the evangelical Church and its influence in America. Subsequent books by George Barna have become must reading for church leaders and concerned Christians everywhere. Now Barna takes a fresh look at the Church-where we stand and where we are headed-at the dawn of the new millennium. With revealing statistics from cutting-edge research that illustrate the changing beliefs and attitudes in our society today, this book will clearly show the Church is at a crucial juncture in history-a time of rapid change in which we must begin to anticipate the world's needs in order to meet them.

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GEORGE BARNA is the award-winning author of more than 45 books, including bestsellers such as Revolution, The Power of Vision, The Frog in the Kettle and The Seven Faith Tribes. He is also founder of The Barna Group, a leading research firm that specializes in faith-related surveys. In 2009, George initiated Metaformation, a new organization designed to help people maximize their potential. George has led several churches and lives with his family in Southern California. MARK HATCH is a professional member of the World Futures Society and ran a major futures research project for a Fortune 500 company. He has worked with numerous renowned futures-related institutions including the MIT Media Lab, The Institute for the Future, and the Global Business Network. He has been quoted in Wired and Computerworld, has presented at various technology conferences and made numerous radio appearances. Besides being a former Green Beret, Mark co-authored Boiling Point with George Barna, holds an M.B.A. from the Drucker Center at the Claremont Graduate University and a B.A. in Economics from the University of California at Irvine. He lives with his wife and two sons in Southern California. 

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