Book Look: “Good Faith” by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons

By Natalie Dupuis, June 24, 2016

Society’s tolerance of public faith is shrinking quickly, so how do the faithful respond? And how can those working in full-time ministry and planning events draw people to them with the increasingly hostile tension between the church and mainstream culture? In “Good Faith: Being a Christian When Society Thinks You’re Irrelevant and Extreme,” co-authors David Kinnaman (president of Barna Group) and Gabe Lyons (founder of Q) give readers a playbook for engaging with mainstream culture without compromising their values and convictions. It’s particularly valuable for ministry leaders charged with influencing youth, as the state of the relationship between the church and pop culture only gets more confusing for younger generations. 

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