Abortion. Homosexuality. Religious freedom. These are just a few of the controversial issues that are being discussed in our society today. With a nation whose moral climate is going downhill, there have been questions asked among those in the church, wondering what should be done in light of the cultural decay that we witness. Do we seek change through government legislation? Protests? Demanding emails? In Changing the Method of Change, Steve Gill argues that, contrary to what evangelicals are being told in these matters, much more emphasis should be put on prayer and the proclamation of the gospel. This book will explore what the Bible says regarding the church's role, strategy, and activity in the midst of an increasingly ungodly culture. Taking a close-up view on what Scripture says, you will come to realize that we need to change our mindset when it comes to encouraging true and lasting change. Steve Gill received his ministry education at Emmanuel House Seminary in Manhattan, Kansas. He has done intermittent preaching in Salina and Clay Center, Kansas, and hopes to write other books in the upcoming years. Steve currently works on staff with the Christian Challenge campus ministry at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.