Over the past twenty years (or perhaps more) it has become common for American evangelicals to go “on retreat.” In the mid-nineteenth century if an evangelical Christian went to a monastery or retreat house they would be suspected of being Roman Catholic. Retreats were what
Greg is a native Virginian who loves to travel and read. He serves as an ordained Anglican pastor and spends time with his wife Christina and sons Brendan and Nathanael. Read more about Greg here.
In Transforming Conversion: Rethinking the Language and Contours of Christian Initiation (Baker Academic, 2010), Gordon Smith, president of reSource Leadership International, presents a compelling case for why the church must take seriously not only the salvation of humankind but the conversion of humankind as well.