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The Denison Forum on Truth and Culture (DFTC) (www.denisonforum.org) equips people to change the culture for the Kingdom. As a catalyst for moral and spiritual renewal, DFTC is joining God in building a global movement of culture-changing Christians.
America has lost its moral compass while a great spiritual revolution is sweeping other nations of the world. More people are turning to Christ today than at any time in history – more than 82,000 a day, according to recent surveys. However, only 6,000 are in Western Europe and North America, combined.
At the same time that faith is increasing dramatically in developing nations, research shows that our culture is experiencing a spiritual crisis. Many don’t know or accept traditional religious answers to the challenges of our day. A recent survey asked Americans what one problem they would fix if they could. Not surprisingly, the leading answer was restoring economic stability to the nation. But tied for first place was restoring morality to our society.
How can we rebuild the moral foundations upon which our democracy depends and help people join the global spiritual awakening?
Dr. Jim Denison launched the Denison Forum on Truth and Culture in February 2009 to respond to these critical needs. Through his essays in The Dallas Morning News, The Christian Post, and other major channels, Dr. Denison provides compelling perspectives on culture to a modern generation in search of moral truth. By utilizing the web, social media, print literature, radio, and speaking events, DFTC is bridging the gap between faith and culture.
Denison Forum on Truth and Culture (www.denisonforum.org)
Jim Denison (www.jimdenison.org)
Janet Denison (www.janetdenison.com)
Christian Parenting (www.christianparenting.org)
First 15 (www.first15.org)
Craig and Rachel Denison (www.craigandracheldenison.com)
Denison Forum is organized as a public charity under section 501(c)3 of the US tax code. The ministry’s Form 990 is available upon request.