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Bridging political tensions

Pastor Carey Nieuwhof believes the church can be an agent of hope in today’s divided culture. 


Pastor Carey Nieuwhof believes the church is uniquely positioned to respond to the political tension and division that characterize our age.

In a recent feature in “Leading Ideas,” he discusses four ways Christians can bring hope to the increasingly fragile culture around us.

Nieuwhof challenges the church to:

  1. Be a confessor in a culture of blame.
  2. Foster conversation in a culture that shouts.
  3. Broker meaning in an age of information.
  4. Be the counter culture.

Read more about Nieuwhof’s strategy for tension-reduction.