In stark opposition to the quest to give our utmost for God’s glory, John Barber argues that the modern evangelical movement has settled for a compromised, “almost” form of Christianity. In My Almost for His Highest, Barber says our churches and our nation are in desperate need of biblical awakening and revival—rooted in local congregations. Barber examines the roots of the compromise, analyzes keys areas of church life where we have abandoned the biblical record, and offers a roadmap for revival and reformation.
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John Barber has served as an evangelist, church planter, broadcaster, educator, and is a pastor in the Presbyterian Church in America. He is also involved with missionary work in Uganda and helped to start a seminary in Kenya. His other books include The Road from Eden: Studies in Christianity and Culture, Art to the Glory of God, Earth Restored, and America Restored.