God of Tomorrow: How to Overcome the Fears of Today and Renew Your Hope For the Future
Divergent politics, immigration issues, bullying, broken families, racism, terrorism, new ways of categorizing people, and multiple other issues are plaguing our society. Some feel the country we live in now isn't the same one they lived in twenty years ago. Culture is consistently changing, and many Christians are nervous about what tomorrow will bring.
However, we don't need to worry, because God owns tomorrow. He's been to tomorrow, prepared it, and will walk with us into tomorrow. He will help us handle our ever-shifting culture as we journey forward. As a matter of fact, every issue we deal with today is something that Jesus, Peter, and Paul dealt with in their day. Yet because of their trust in God, they engaged society very intentionally way, and we can do the same.
God of Tomorrow includes discussion questions at the end of each chapter, providing a great platform for small groups to dialogue about these culturally-relevant topics.
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“We have no idea how much rises and falls on our ability to love people. God of Tomorrow gives us perspective to love others well, no matter what—not only because everyone matters to God but also because we matter. And love is the only path to freedom.”
—Kristen Ivy, executive director of messaging at Orange and founder of the Phase Project
“The best thing about our God is that he’s the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. This work, shaped by Caleb’s unique life experience and perspective, is an important conversation for ‘such a time as this.’ Thanks, Caleb, for taking the deep dive into hard conversations!”
—Tyler Reagin, CEO or The Life Giving Company & former president of Catalyst
“More than anything else, what our chaotic and complicated world needs is hope. Caleb Kaltenbach reminds us that Jesus is the only place where hope is found and encourages us to live so that others might see hope within us.”
—Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention
“Rather than any words we say, it’s how we treat people that communicates God’s love. God of Tomorrow will help you show people the love of God.”
—Carlos Whittaker, author of Kill the Spider
“In a growingly divisive world, the church is at a crossroads. Caleb’s work provides a powerful and hopeful way forward that every Christian needs! In fact, the future influence of the church might just depend on whether or not we choose to apply the road map provided by God of Tomorrow.”
—Clay Scroggins, lead pastor of Buckhead Church and author of How to Lead When You’re Not in Charge
“The world is broken and people are hurting. Though society doesn’t always offer healthy solutions, Jesus followers have what’s needed. In God of Tomorrow, my friend Caleb reminds us that God’s promise to redeem empowers us to be people of joy with a message of hope.”
—Gabe Lyons, founder of Q Ideas and author of Good Faith