What is generally understood as the "Christian Worldview" or perhaps "Christendom" has come to an end - or at least has come to an end among large segments of the population.
The National Study of Youth and Religion emphasizes that the default faith of younger people beginning with Millennials is no longer Christianity, but is now "Moralistic, Therapeutic, Deism." As American society continues to be less and less "Christian" (what is just, fair, compassionate, and loving of neighbor and all others) the implications for the Church and the way we live out the Way of Christ are significant.
How shell we then live?
We are currently focusing on two areas of emphasis for our common life:
1. That which enables human flourishing
2. The seeking of wisdom rather than the justification of propositional truth
The Way of Christ teaches a means of living and understanding the world that is increasingly alien to the general population. What are the implications? What are we to teach and proclaim, even if unpopular or misunderstood? How are we to be the imago Dei among the people in our everyday lives in ways that resonate by them?