Epilogue Remaking the World



One May night in 1921, Frank Buchman was bicycling through Cambridge, England, after visiting with a group of students. Suddenly a thought came to him: “You will be used to remake the world.” He was so astonished, he remembered later, that he almost fell off his bicycle. He didn’t tell anyone this story for quite some time, but it shaped his ministry for the rest of his life.1


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  1. 4.
    A useful scholarly investigation of these movements is Robert Wuthnow, Sharing the Journey: Support Groups and America’s New Quest for Community (New York: Free Press, 1994).Google Scholar
  2. 6.
    See Nicky Gumbel, Searching Issues (London: Kingsway, 2001).Google Scholar

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