From hitting the night club at 3 a.m. to solicit money for charity to entering a drug-filled apartment to give hope to an addict, these new faces of American Christianity are boldly redefining what the followers of Jesus Christ look like in the next generation. “The New Faces of Philanthropy,” according to Catalyst – the nation’s largest gathering of young Christian leaders – look like Scott Harrison, founder of charity: water and former night club promoter, and Jamie Tworkowski, founder of To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA). Harrison and Tworkowski defy the stereotypes of Christians held by non-Christians (according to the book UnChristian) – judgmental, hypocritical, and too political. Rather, the two young men and a rising generation of Christians are hip, socially conscious, and passionate about being the hands and feet of Christ in the darkest places.

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