Jesus Revolution

by Greg Laurie and Ellen Vaughn     |     Book Summary


Author: Greg Laurie and Ellen Vaughn
Publisher: Baker Books
Date: 2018
Pages: 266

Book Summary of Jesus Revolution by Greg Laurie and Ellen Vaughn


The 1960s and ’70s were a time of upheaval and dramatic change in America. In the middle of protests, the sexual revolution, political intrigue, civil rights, and the rise of the baby boomer generation, God touched many young people in the Jesus Revolution. Also called the Jesus Movement, this work of God transformed hippies into evangelists and drug addicts into pastors and worship leaders. It serves as a reminder that no generation is hopeless and that God is always at work. 

Working through the various details of the cultural foment of the period, the reader is immersed in the realities of one of the most significant and culture-shifting eras in American history. Throughout history, God has time and again visited His people with revival. The Jesus Revolution represents another chapter in the story of God-movements. 

The lives of countless youth were transformed during this time. “More people were baptized during the Jesus Revolution than in any time since people started keeping records.” (p. 14) The Jesus Movement “was the largest public movement of the Holy Spirit in the United States since the celebrated revivals of the nineteenth century” (p. 14).

This story inspires hope in the God of revival. He who has done this before can do it again!





Jesus Revolution

by Greg Laurie and Ellen Vaughn

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Jesus Revolution by Greg Laurie and Ellen Vaughn

AuthorGreg Laurie and Ellen Vaughn
PublisherBaker Books
Date2018
Pages266


Overview:

The 1960s and ’70s were a time of upheaval and dramatic change in America. In the middle of protests, the sexual revolution, political intrigue, civil rights, and the rise of the baby boomer generation, God touched many young people in the Jesus Revolution. Also called the Jesus Movement, this work of God transformed hippies into evangelists and drug addicts into pastors and worship leaders. It serves as a reminder that no generation is hopeless and that God is always at work. 

Working through the various details of the cultural foment of the period, the reader is immersed in the realities of one of the most significant and culture-shifting eras in American history. Throughout history, God has time and again visited His people with revival. The Jesus Revolution represents another chapter in the story of God-movements. 

The lives of countless youth were transformed during this time. “More people were baptized during the Jesus Revolution than in any time since people started keeping records.” (p. 14) The Jesus Movement “was the largest public movement of the Holy Spirit in the United States since the celebrated revivals of the nineteenth century” (p. 14).

This story inspires hope in the God of revival. He who has done this before can do it again!




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