ERB Editor C. Christopher Smith had an energetic conversation about the topic of revival at Urbana with two first time guests: James Choung and Don Everts. Recorded six week prior to the revival at Asbury University, Chris talks with James and Don about their experiences with revival, as well as their writing on the topic, .
Rev. Dr. James Choung serves as Vice President of Strategy & Innovation — overseeing evangelism, discipleship, planting, growth, missions, multiethnic initiatives, and the Creative Labs — at InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA. He is also ordained with the Vineyard USA, and has written three books — the latest being Longing for Revival, which provided the impetus for this conversation. Don Everts is the senior pastor of First and Calvary Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Missouri, and is a writer for Lutheran Hour Ministries and the Hopeful Neighborhood Project.
Books & Writing Mentioned in this Episode:
If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An independent bookstore in Dallastown, PA, run by Byron and Beth Borger)
- Longing for Revival: From Holy Discontent to Breakthrough Faith — James Choung, Ryan Pfeiffer
- Movements That Change the World: Five Keys to Spreading the Gospel — Steve Addison
- Jesus and Community: The Social Dimensions of Christian Faith — Gerhard Lohfink
- Discover Your Gifts: Celebrating How God Made You and Everyone You Know — Don Everts
- The Testaments: The Sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale — Margaret Atwood
- Gathering Blue — Lois Lowry
- A Non-Anxious Presence: How a Changing and Complex World will Create a Remnant of Renewed Christian Leaders — Mark Sayers
- Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership: Seeking God in the Crucible of Ministry — Ruth Haley Barton
- Spirituality of Gratitude: The Unexpected Blessings of Thankfulness — Joshua Choonmin Kang
If you’d like to order any of the above books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books
(An independent bookstore in Dallastown, PA, run by Byron and Beth Borger)
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