R. York Moore is the National Evangelist for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA. He is the author of and Moore is a frequently sought after speaker and modern-day abolitionist who has given the invitation for faith at the last two Urbana Missions Conferences and has led over 10,000 students to faith in Christ through his teaching and preaching ministry coast to coast. Through his unique campus campaigns, "Justice Invitationals," Moore has been able to mobilize tens of thousands of faculty, students, churches, politicians, business leaders and others to passionately engage the issue of the commercial sexual exploitation of children while also challenging many "non and anti-churched" participants to follow Jesus Christ. Working widely with anti-trafficking non-governmental and not for profit organizations, Moore has been able to help forward the cause of front-line organizations in their work to fight modern-day slavery for over ten years. Moore came to faith at the University of Michigan at the age of twenty as an Atheist philosophy honors student after a miraculous encounter with Jesus during an attempted suicide on Christmas Eve of 1989. He is an innovator, strategist, gifted writer and communicator who seeks to bring organizations together to do more for the Kingdom of God than they could otherwise do by themselves in the areas of evangelism and justice/compassion ministry. Moore lives in Detroit, MI with his wife and three kids.
"A powerful awakening to God's holiness, justice and strength. Moore offers a biblical eschatology strong enough to unite and empower the church to oppose evil and to advance the kingdom on earth as in heaven. This may scare hell out of us, and heaven into us for the world God loves. A great achievement."
"R. York Moore convincingly lays out the story of God in a way that takes a fresh look at God waging war on the earth. . . . Through Moore's timely words, eschatology takes on a more compelling meaning for mission."
". . . a strong, new voice powered by scripture calling insistently for systematic change that will bring justice to the exploited."
"York Moore is a storyteller and a dreamer. Here he engages with both God's story and God's dream to restore all of creation. But it's not a story about the sweet by-and-by, but rather about what it means for us to begin to live God's dreams today through our involvement with the work of justice around the world. The writing is winsome, the theology is thoroughly biblical, and the invitation is breathtaking. I love this book."
"This is the voice of a preacher with a passion, born from his roots in the grit of urban Detroit, and an imagination saturated by the visions of John the Seer on Patmos. York Moore belongs to a long line of evangelists who announce the good news of Jesus as deeply as the individual soul, and as widely as God's purpose for the healing of all creation."
"York Moore has been a tireless advocate for God's children, acting as Jesus' hands and feet in the broken places of our world."
"R. York Moore lays out a compelling vision of what it can mean to seek God's will to 'be done on earth as it is in heaven.' God's heart for the poor, the marginalized and the oppressed cannot be denied. His cry for justice rings out loud and clear throughout the Scriptures. In York's words, 'The dream of God includes us--our efforts, our passions and our risks--to establish his dream where it is not.' I'm excited to see authors like York boldly be a voice for the little ones Jesus cares so deeply about!"
"In Making All Things New: God's Dream for Global Justice, York Moore uses vivid imagery, engaging stories and biblical truth that challenge us to embrace the grandiosity of God's dream to end suffering and create a world where everyone and everything flourishes. This book will inspire, challenge and give you hope to be a socially, culturally and globally relevant Christian. I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to dream again!"
"The God of the Bible reveals himself both as the God of justification and of justice. In this book, York Moore beautifully describes how God sovereignly and graciously demonstrates his concern for the eternal and the temporal. Sometimes evangelicals have been guilty of emphasising one without the other, but in this book the two are beautifully brought together in a fitting articulation of Christ's lordship over the here and now and the eternal."
"When Jesus' disciples asked him to teach them to pray, he said to pray, 'May your Kingdom come soon. May your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven' (Mt 6:10 NLT). York Moore does us a favor by bringing us back to the important fact that Jesus came to make everything new. He came to inaugurate God's kingdom--here on earth. This prayer was not just about our arrival in heaven. York challenges us to see that Jesus called us to change both worlds: we change both heaven and earth through our partnering work with God in his mission."
"Full of vision and urgency and grounded in today's challenging realities, Making All Things New dreams of something bigger for all of us! Moore brilliantly unveils God's global mission throughout Scripture and then compels us to join in."
"York Moore has written a book that will cause you to think differently about the end times. Making All Things New eliminates all the sensational speculation about eschatological events and focuses on the central meaning of biblical end times teachings--the mission of God."
"In York Moore's book Making All Things New: God's Dream for Global Justice, followers of Jesus are challenged to live out the biblical mandate of walking humbly, loving mercy and doing justly. God's greatest desire is for his people to partner with him in ministry--sharing his good news, restoring creation and cultivating shalom. It is imperative that we answer his call. In this foundational work, York Moore explores what that can and should look like in the life of someone who loves God. We are reminded that although it is Christ who will ultimately set things right, we are invited and challenged to begin the renewing work today."