TAC works primarily on winsome apologetics and evangelism because we believe that a spiritual awakening would be the highest good for individuals and for the culture and nation. The Clapham Circle of William Wilberforce and Hannah More knew that spiritual revival would end slavery and reform 18th c. England, and it did, in concert with the work of many friends in law, government, literature, preaching, the arts and education. Theirs was a ‘symphonic witness’ for human flourishing.
Current initiatives include:
The Veritas Forum (apologetics in 200 secular universities)
Finding God at Harvard, the Boston Globe bestseller in print for 19 years.
Religious liberty: we create research-driven presentations for Christian and government leaders in best position to defend Judeo-Christian liberties, such as the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation that is advancing prayer for the nation and the distribution of our national motto, In God We Trust.
Social Media: TAC runs faith-oriented social media and advocacy groups including: Christians for America, Finding God at Harvard: the Quest for Veritas, Jews and Christians for America, Americans Healing, The Jesus Alliance and more.
Writing samples: The Red Barn Run: On Forgiving, from Finding God Beyond Harvard, Chap. 10
by Kelly Monroe Kullberg
Ferguson and the Gospel of Hope for Racial Healing
by Kelly Monroe Kullberg in Christianity.com; 2015
More to come.