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ISBN 9780830818389 (978-0-8308-1838-9) Softcover, Intervarsity Pr, 1993
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Title: Reborn to Be Wild (09 Nov 2003). Hank reacts with horror when Bobby's Bible study group turns out to be populated with Christian skate punks who wear tattoos and dress like rockers; Dale and his friends form a Last Supper club. Show HTML View more styles.
Doug Hall is Founder & Chairman of Eureka! Ranch International. He is a lecturer, best-selling author, tv and radio host, and is a chemical engineer by education. He was Master Marketing Inventor at Procter & Gamble - shipping a record 9 products in 12 months. For his pioneering work turning innovation from an art into a science Hall was awarded a Doctor of Laws from the University of Prince Edward Island and a Doctor of Engineering from the University of Maine.
It was started by young people and spread like wild fire. Jesus was cool back then.
As one of those Jesus Freaks of the seventies I must admit, I've asked myself the same question from time to time. It was started by young people and spread like wild fire. His way, was THE way and kids from Toronto to California were giving their lives to Christ, anxious to "go out into the world" to serve Him by making more disciples.
That’s the question that sparked this passionate, provocative book, which aims at nothing less than fanning the flames of enduring revival today.
A long-time pastor ponders why the Jesus Movement stopped movin. nd challenges all generations of believers to the radical commitment that fuels revival. Long before becoming a pastor, Ed Underwood was a Jesus Freak -a young man transformed by the Jesus Movement in the 60s and 70s. He and his friends threw their hearts into a revival they thought would change the world. But somehow, the Jesus movement stopped moving. That’s the question that sparked this passionate, provocative book, which aims at nothing less than fanning the flames of enduring revival today.