Louie Giglio: Church Splits, Passion, and God's Presence
How does that play out in areas where the political climate hampers or even outlaws the Gospel?
Our big takeaway from that story in Korea is that there’s a small, growing community of friends who really don’t mind speaking the same language or being in the same cultural space like that. We learned that the church around the world is burgeoning and dealing with some of the same things we deal with. There’s an old guard and a new guard, one trying to hold on to the past, one trying to rise up—seeing what God is doing globally and to take it and run with it. The problem, however, is that in our culture, it’s OK to revolt. But in other cultures, it’s not acceptable. In the East, that won’t fly at all. They will have to wait a whole generation to pursue God in a newer way. We found many 18- to 25-year-olds hungering and thirsting for God.
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