Never before has a generation of Christians been able to work together to tailor the gospel message to each culture of the world. The Internet now gives us the opportunity to restructure the Christianity that we are handing to our children. Through unlimited information at the touch of a screen, we now engineer a default Biblical worldview. Just as the printing press released the Bible from the clutches of the elite into the fingertips of the common man, so the Internet moves worldview management from denomination to individual. Our blog tracks this transformation on each of the four levels of culture: personal relationship with God, local church, regional revival and global missions.
Cultural transformation happens as our brains reflect God's thoughts. Feeling his desires thrills his people for his higher-level solutions.
Christianity is no longer about what makes churches thrive. Church experience will be reorganized to best nurture our personal relationships with the Trinity.
Cultural engineering means that we're constantly experimenting to create a plan for self-replicating discipleship that's tailored to each local subculture.
Teams of native missionaries will move into worship-centered communities to be immersed and trained in revival, then sent into their own subculture as a team.