There may not be a “next move of God” for many of us unless there is a dramatic shift in the way we conduct our lives and ministries. Old paradigms of thinking must die; new vision must be embraced. Practically speaking, the difference between success and failure for many will be determined by a willingness to accommodate change.
– Larry Randolph
The irony is that for more than two decades, we as a church have been hearing the call to adapt and posture ourselves for a radical shift in the way we do life, yet we react with disgust or disbelief when specific action is proposed. And yet, we have more than a little biblical precedence indicating that revelation often comes from people or sources we might easily dislike or ignore.