"Few other large cities on planet Earth are experiencing the sense of unity among their diverse Christian leadership communities as what Mac Pier has spearheaded in New York City. Read this and judge for yourself."-- Bill Hybels, founder and senior pastor, Willow Creek Community Church;chairman of the board, Willow Creek Association
What would happen in your city if 10% more people became vibrant Christians working together for the good of the community?
Mac Pier knows from firsthand experience that when the gospel invades your city, big things start to happen. For thirty years he's watched and participated in what God has been doing in New York City. Now he shares true stories of transformation to inspire those who long to see God move in their own communities. He uncovers the greatest barriers to the gospel in major cities all over the world, shares hopeful stories of reconciliation, highlights the passion and leadership of young people advancing the gospel, and offers insight into how to start or join a gospel movement--wherever in the world you find yourself.
"Global cities present simultaneously some of the greatest challenges and opportunities for the gospel. I encourage all leaders who care about the advance of the gospel to read this."-- Michael Oh, executive director/CEO, Lausanne Movement
"If you're wondering whether the Christian movement is over, read A Disruptive Gospel. What Luke did for the first century, Dr. Mac Pier has done for the twenty-first century."-- James C. Denison, PhD, CEO and cofounder, Denison Forum on Truth and Culture
Mac Pier is the founder and CEO of The New York City Leadership Center and was instrumental in founding the inaugural Movement Day conference. A resident of New York City since 1984, Mac lives in a diverse neighborhood with residents from more than one hundred ethnicities and attends church with people who speak sixty different languages. He is the author of Spiritual Leadership in the Global City and Consequential Leadership, coauthor of The Power of a City at Prayer, and a contributor to Signs of Hope in the City.