Boston's Quiet Revival is making national news!
Jeff Bass writes: The ChristianityToday.com article about the Quiet
Revival in Boston/New England is a generally positive article that gives a good sense of what is
going on and the anticipation of God doing more in the future. There
are a couple of spots where the reporter doesn't get it quite right
In the third paragraph, he says, "During the past 30 years,
church growth, fueled by evangelical university groups and immigrant
communities, has dramatically outpaced population growth." I'd leave
out "evangelical university groups" from this equation. I think the
immigrant communities are the ones that are fueling this growth, and
that they are fueling the growth and revitalization of evangelical
university groups as well.
Also, in the first paragraph under "Minority
Driven," the reporter does not mention the Latino church as one of the
key groups starting new churches, and clearly the Latino church is
probably the largest "minority" group driving the Quiet Revival.
Perhaps the article will help more people see how God is at work in
Boston and New England, and will encourage them to pray and otherwise